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Shoots already?

Posted by Danielle Cowell on 19 November 2009
Picture taken by Pupils at Pentrepoeth Junior School. 1st Shoot - 15th November 2009
Last year's shoots. Larger ones are those of the Daffodil. 10/02/09

Pupils from Oakfield Primary School  asked: 'When will the bulbs sprout?'

Normally, I would say 'nothing much will happen until after Christmas', but some bulbs have already decided to pop up through the soil!

Pupils from Pentrepoeth Junior School reported: 'We were very surprised to find the shoots and we have now noticed a few more in our flowerbeds. I am attaching a photo for you to see.'

From studying the photograph, although I can't be 100% sure, they certainly look like daffodil shoots. Compare my photograph from last year - what do you think?

Please leave a comment if you see any early shoots or email any photographs to scan@nmgw.ac.uk

Many Thanks, Professor Plant

 

 

 

 

 

 

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