29 March 2017
The Cotswolds is Britain's largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and covers nearly 800 square miles.
During Spring, the Cotswolds is blanketed with yellow as the Daffodils begin to bloom as well as a number of other colourful flowers and plants. Also known as Narcissus, daffodils are predominantly a spring perennial plant and a considered one of the heralds of spring.
Daffodil bulbs are normally planted in the autumn and they spend several months developing roots before the flowers finally burst into bloom around February / March time.
The Daffodils have started springing up all over the Cotswolds this March, have you seen any yet? Don’t forget to share your images with us on Twitter!