Ready to hit Britain next week as storm Malik kills 9-year-old boy

Climate change causes daffodils to bloom early

Experts say daffodils are flowering early due to climate change, some already blooming now.

Most varieties flower in early March, and bright yellow ones are always synonymous with the onset of spring. Several species of daffodils have been seen flowering in the southeast regions, with society saying that if they are planted in the ground rather than in a pot, most of January is extremely early.

The Daffodil Society was founded in 1898 as a specialized UK association for all those interested in the genus Daffodils.

“There have been reports over the past few years that they flower earlier,” said a spokeswoman.

Although the UK is currently in the cold, trends suggest the UK is warming up. According to the MET Office, the interim average temperature for December in the UK was 5.3°C, 1.1°C above the 1991-2020 long-term average.

An RHS spokesman said: “In cold weather it is natural for them to slow down, however we don’t have a lot of cold temperatures so they are continuing to grow.

“When it warms up, they grow very quickly, they also like to have lots of running water to help the bulb grow.”

Daffodils should be planted in late September and October, they prefer cool and cold conditions. Ready to hit Britain next week as storm Malik kills 9-year-old boy


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