#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 30/Mar/22

March comes to a close soon. Here in the forest, the sleeping trees begin to wake. They’ve spent the winter months at rest, some wrapped in the living green blanket of moss that, indiscriminate in its choice of support, will just as happily coat random rocks and fallen branches. The fresh green always brightens the woodland on those sometimes dark days of cold and damp.
But we’ll be looking forward to the fresh growth as buds burst, catkins and blossom make their presence known, and the forest floor blooms with celandine and bluebells. It won’t be long now!

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6 thoughts on “#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 30/Mar/22

  1. A bit of consistency would be great, Noelle. The figures here show that spring is gradually moving to an earlier start, and this is already affecting some plants and quite a number of birds, with some in danger of dying out here because of a lack of the right food at the right time.


    1. And it has arrived, Lynette. Earlier than last year, which is now the trend, of course. Mind you, today and tomorrow are expected to be cooler than originally forecast, so it’s back to the winter coat for a couple of days!

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    1. This post was written and scheduled earlier in the month, Noelle. We now have catkins in plenty and the hawthorns are in leaf, the May blossom already in flower! Spring arrives earlier each year with climate change.

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