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When does spring start for you?

Host_Ryan - One Show team | 15:08 UK time, Friday, 27 February 2009


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After the gloomy winter we've just had, we're all desperate to see some sign that spring is finally here. Carol Kirkwood headed to Gloucestershire to see one of the finest - a golden carpet of wild daffodils. Watch the film.


Smaller and more delicate, the native daffodil is actually quite rare. But they can be found in the ancient woodlands dotted across the country.


But is the daffodil the only sign that spring has sprung? Let us know what signs tell you that the season has finally taken a turn for the warmer. Tell us here.


And please send us your pictures of the first signs of spring around you here.

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