Early signs of spring

By Ross Findon

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

 

Early signs of spring

Daffodils at All Saints Church, Godshill. Picture by Jennifer Burton.

SIGNS of spring have already sprung up around the Isle of Wight.

In Godshill these daffodils have brought some brightness to a bank outside All Saints Church.

Gardeners have also reported seeing caterpillars weeks earlier than expected, while flowers including geraniums and trees such as hazels have bloomed early.

Have you spotted signs of spring? Please send your pictures to editor@iwcp.co.uk or tweet us @iwcponline

Reporter: ross.findon@iwcp.co.uk

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