I've added another mod where I've altered the colours quite a bit to a more autumnal feeling, rather than spring. I realise full well that if you'd wanted autumn colours, you'd have probably shot in the autumn, so do forgive me for altering your season
While there's absolutely nothing wrong with the blues/greens of your original image, for me it needs to feel stronger colour-wise, somehow. And I've always liked this kind of image, and doing a mod enabled me to have a play to see what effect I could actually get to.
Tonally, I added a Selective Colour layer adjustment and set the values of Yellows to Cyan: -38; Magenta: +51; Yellow: +100. I set the values of the Greens to Cyan: -100; Magenta: +100; Yellow: +100. Magentas I set to Cyan: +100; Magenta: -100; Yellow: +32.
On top of that I added a Hue/Saturation layer adjustment and set the hue of the Reds to -5 and the saturation to -100. For the Yellows I set hue to +3 and saturation to +40. Blues were given a saturation level of -34.
On that same Hue/Saturation adjustment layer I added a white layer mask and painted in black down the lengths of the tree trunks, leaving that green (yellow) sharp cluster in the middle alone.
Then a Curves adjustment layer set to the preset of Medium Contrast (RGB) was added above the Hue/Saturation layer.
Then (last bit, I promise ...) I created a stamp of all the other layers (Shift+Ctrl+Alt+E on a PC) and then painted in black on a white layer mask around the yellow cluster of leaves in the middle.
I recreated a vertial motion blur effect on the image, over and above what you'd originally done with the Topaz filter, and put it everywhere except that yellow cluster of leaves.
A quick bit of cloning to remove those whiter patches between the trees and a slightly more letterbox style crop to your original and voila! A completely different version of your original image, which you probably don't like
However, there's huge potential in your original image and there WAS missing something, as you rightly pointed out.
I think my mod is more evening in the woodlands rather than morning. I know the bluebells possibly don't git with the autumnal colours, but at the end of it it's just another possible way to process the image. You will, of course, process it the way you want, with your vision and creativity. However, it was a great one to play with, and for that I thank you