Woodlands and glades across the UK are currently spangled with white anemones, the yellows of primroses and celandines and deep pink of campion, but from this week these will pale into insignificance as swathes of bluebells begin to flower, remaining in bloom until mid-May.
Tell us the best places in the UK – the country with the highest density of these flowers – to see amazing carpets of bluebells, whether it’s on a National Trust or English Heritage property or in your local woods. Ancient woodlands provide the best conditions for these extraordinary plants.
If you have a photo of bluebells, do send it in – but it’s your words that will be judged for the competition.
Keep your tip to about 100 words
The best tip of the week, chosen by Tom Hall of Lonely Planet, will win a £200 voucher to stay at a Sawday’s property – the company has more than 3,000 in the UK and Europe. The best tips will appear on the Guardian Travel website, and maybe in the paper, too.
We’re sorry, but for legal reasons you must be a UK resident to enter this competition.
The competition closes on 19 April at 9am BST