A single plant of Leucojum aestivum ssp aestivum is flowering near the wooden bridge in the Wilderness. This is the subspecies that is known as the Loddon Lily. Most garden plants belong to ssp pulchellum.
It’s on the bank where alder trees were cut down this winter. Has the extra light enabled it to flower? Or was it just out of sight when there was more growth here?
Is this a leftover from previous planting?