It was growing on the far bank mostly between the two trees but also just below the bottom tree.
The slope doesn't look as steep as it was in this photo.
You get a better idea of the precipitous nature of the bank in this shot. This is as near as I could get. If I'd climbed down into the stream the plants would have been 3-4ft above my head.
Such a shame they hadn't flowered yet, they're very, very close.
I may go back next week.
If I hadn't found them the copse would still have been worth a visit just to see this...
The ruins of an abandoned chapel, complete with alter and a couple of graves.
I bet it looks even better when the bluebells are out.
Yesterday morning I had to go to the dentists in Axminster which meant that I was more than halfway to Wootton Fitzpaine and the very rare Spring Snowflakes (Leucojum vernum) which I've visited a couple of times before. When I arrived it was actually snowing which I think was very befitting! There were quite a few less than in previous years but they were putting on a very pretty show nevertheless. This is one of only two locations in the UK where they thought to be native. They certainly look the part.