Bluebells proliferate in our local woodland.
Cuckoo flower, also called lady's smock.
Dandelions are named from the French phrase "dent-de-lion" which means "lion's tooth". I like dandelions but in the UK they are not generally well thought of. They are often called by a name that I will parpaphrase as "wet-the-bed". This is because the roots can be used as a diuretic. When I was a child I was told never to pick them. Shame really, because they are quite picturesque especially when there are many of them together.