Daffodils are found in the wild here in England, so rather than telling you about the cultivated daffodil festivals and walks around various gardens, I thought it would be a treat to show you some of the places where they're still found. First stop has to be the Lake District, to the place which inspired Wordsworth's famous poem, no less. Next, we visit the Malvern Hills, close enough to visit Patient Gardener for a cup of tea as well perhaps? They're also found in abundance near here in Gloucestershire, where they're celebrated in various events during March. Finally, UK Safari has a summary of places I've left out of our whirlwind tour, so you can seek them out for yourself if you have the time.
20th March - Spring equinox, so we have as much day as night today - hurrah the lighter times have arrived! More information about equinoxes and solstices can be found here.