The only downside of Bluebells is that for much of the year, there's not much to look at, but when they are in full flower, they are a beautiful sight.
I put latin names becouse I don't know all English
I don't know the English names of a lot of plants - they do tend to be a bit colloquial.
I've tried to find a few of the names on the web:
Anemone nemorosa (The white one) - Wood Anemone / Zawilec gajowy
Anemone perennis (Yellowy green flowers) - Dog's Mercury / Szczyr trwały
Gagea spp. - Star of Bethlehem / Złoć
Hepatica - Liverleaf? / Przylaszczka
Viola spp. - Violet / Fiołek (shared IE root to these plant names - the colour is named after the flowers)
Corydalis claviculata - Climbing Corydalis
Corydalis spp. - Kokorycz
Vaccinium spp. - Blueberry is the most common name now, but European spp. include:
V. myrtillus - Bilberry / Borówka czarna
V. vitis-idaea - Cowberry, Lingonberry / Borówka brusznica
V. oxycoccos - Cranberry (yes, that
Cranberry) / Żurawina
V. uliginosum - Bog Bilberry / Borówka bagienna
plums, apples, pears, mulberry
I recommend Medlar (Mespilus germanicus). I have mentioned them on the forum before. They fall in and out of fashion, but they've never been really popular.
Still, at least talk of fruit trees is bringing us back on-topic - I should have started a seperate thread for the wildlife.