Thousands of daffodils and bluebells being planted to 'save spring blooms'

Thousands of daffodils and bluebells being planted to 'save spring blooms'
 

Gardeners are planting thousands of daffodils and bluebell bulbs in efforts to help save native spring blooms.
Some 25,000 native and heritage bulbs are being planted at English Heritage gardens, including Queen Victoria's former home Osborne House.
The flowers are under threat from hybrids and non-native species such as the Spanish bluebell.
English Heritage wants people to join in by planting a native daffodil or bluebell bulb in their own gardens.
These can be collected for free from various English Heritage sites.
John Watkins, head of gardens and landscapes at English Heritage, said... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 62
Source: BBC
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