British Summertime brings out the bees

Sat, Mar 27, 2010

Climate Change

Just wanted to share the scene this morning at The Village allotment of two bumble bees soaking up the nectar of a pretty Hellebore.

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A positive signs that spring has arrived.The temperature is getting warmer and the days much longer since tonight we change to British Summer time . The beginning of getting out into the garden every day – come rain or shine.

Welcome back those longer hours of daylight – we sure have missed you. Anyone else feel the same?

If you ever wondered why we change the clocks at this time of the year read this fascinating linkhttp://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/daylight-saving-time/history-william-willetts.htm

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