One of the first signs of spring is snowdrops (Galanthus).
They make your ‘umble scribes spirits lift knowing that winter will be banished in the not too distant future and spring is waiting in the wings.
Above is a picture of snowdrops taken this morning on All Hallows Road in Easton.
The last time this blog had a specific post on snowdrops, it was dated late January, so these are the earliest flowering snowdrops your correspondent has ever encountered in Bristol.
Given this early appearance of snowdrops, how long will it be before the next signs of spring – such as hazel catkins opening or flowering croci – occur?
This entry was posted by Steve Woods on January 13, 2018 at 12:19, and is filed under Bristol, Oddities. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0.
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