The flowers below are what I saw
where it's not so far from my place
in the first half of Mid-March. Oxalis
griffithii and Viola_grypoceras are
very common in the countryside here.
The other two, or Viscum
album var. coloratum and Taraxacum
though widely known well by name,
most observers find it difficult to
see; the former inhabits open
fields, the latter living in
deciduous broad-leaf trees as a
semi-parasite. I did see only male
flowers this time.