We now get more sun and higher temperatures and that means a lot of change. The flowering period of the various species in the gardens and parks are now more synchronous, the differences in moment of flowering are currently relatively small. The bumblebees and bees are busy visiting various flowers. The Bulbous Corydalis is now almost everywhere in bloom. – Read More –
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Thanks to the relatively low temperatures, the early flowering Stinzenplants can still be admired and the species that flower a little later are coming into bloom. We will illustrate the present situation by some quotes from our correspondents: – Read More –
The past week we had a number of days with lots of sun and especially higher temperatures. All areas report that they saw and heard for the first time this year the bees and the bumblebees. – Read More –
It has certainly been cold for the time of the year last week. A lot of sun, but also strong winds and low temperatures and a good night frost. The plants now hide a little and wait for warmer weather. In 1955 the well-known ‘Flipje, Fruitbaasje van Tiel’ was also worried. This little fruit man with the name ‘Flipje’ on his hat was the recognisable logo for the Tiel jam factory. There are 46 original books of the adventures of Flipje made. – Read More –
In early February it was fairly mild weather, so early Stinzenplants showed up quite early. Last week it was colder with regular night frost. In the coming two weeks, according to the weather forecast, it will be a lot colder, sometimes with a slight frost during the day. – Read More –
This is the first report of season 2018 of the Stinzenflora-monitor. For the first time, the site can now also be followed in English.
All participating locations report that the Snowdrops are now mostly above the ground. Due to the cold of the past few days, they are a bit modest and most flowers are not fully open yet. – Read More –