Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa; Ranunculaceae
I wouldn’t have seen this plant if I didn’t know exactly where to look, for it was mostly covered by fallen oak and beech leaves. Hepatica is a true evergreen forb: the leaves (in a basal rosette) re-grow after the plant flowers and last all year, until the next time the plant flowers.
In early April start watching for the blossoms, on naked stems standing a few inches tall:
I’m forever grateful to the kind Swedish couple who told me where to look for hepatica.