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May blossom in February

Pembrokeshire is habitually earlier than most places with blossom due to its microclimate, and i thought we were starting remarkable early, but this is silly!

28th Feb 2007, 13:00

Love the first shot.

28th Feb 2007, 13:43

swamprose says:

so by the time I get to the UK in May, spring will be all gone? no bluebells :(

28th Feb 2007, 15:31

Euphro says:

It's really hard to say. This sort of thing (early flush of Spring) occasionally happens and then everything gets hit by an icy blast from the north. We are still not out of the woods yet. The bluebells are generally much later than anything else, in any case.

28th Feb 2007, 15:44

Puddikat says:

We have some may blossom too, thought it was very strange.

28th Feb 2007, 18:12

factotum says:

How odd for me to see a photo of Madingley Road. My family spent a year living on Storey's Way in 1962 while my father was on sabbatical in Cambridge. The photo sparks all sorts of sensory memories...

1st Mar 2007, 19:43

Euphro (NLI) says:

That's amazing! Can you remember what part of Storey's Way. I'll take a picture for you if you like :)

1st Mar 2007, 19:55

factotum says:

69 Storey's Way, one of two driveways on the right where the road curves away to the left as you come up from Madingley Road. I should dig around and see what photographs I can find too.
I spent the year at the Perse School (lower IV) BTW.

2nd Mar 2007, 04:04

Euphro says:

I will get onto it :D

2nd Mar 2007, 13:11

Viv says:

silly blossom!

2nd Mar 2007, 19:39

Jonny Hogg (hedgelayer) says:

Sorry to dissapoint all the climate change boffins but that is not may blossom.

2nd Apr 2012, 22:37

Helen says:

Going by the tags, I think there is hawthorn in the hedge as well as cherry. I think both cherry and hawthorn both usually flower in May? Hence the title.

3rd Apr 2012, 17:45

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