It is one of the delights of nature (and I am no botanist) that in each season, some plants and trees do less well and some do very well. This year, its the daffodils that are not at their peak, with many of the plants in the park coming up with no flowers. But to compensate, the Snakeshead Fritillaries, which were planted in the autumn of 2018 by a communal bulb planting event and whose display in 2019 was somewhat marred by their area being churned up by about 15 vehicles that chose to park there, are now putting on a magnificent display in 2020.
Its the sort of plant that you might not notice when walking by (unlike say a daffodil), but when you get close they are magnificent. Go out and do some exercise and when you do pop over to the bulb glade and have a look at them. They certainly cheered us up today!