The family Umbelliferae is more frequently known for its large stature members.
Hacquetia epipactis turns that view on its head. Found growing in woodland through Europe as a herbaceous clump. It has a terminal inflorescence that expands to cover the leaf growth below it. The beauty is in the multitude of yellow stamens.
Sporadic white tipped stigmas are seen protruding through the inflorescence. The green bracts that ring the reproductive floral parts are often thought to be leaves, however the true leaves will follow in a week or two as the flowers fade.