This year’s spring arrived in November, with insects active and flowers blooming months ahead of schedule, nature sightings from the public show.
Audiences at Pitlochry Festival Theatre will be transported to Chicago, Rydell High School and the Land of Oz over the coming months.
So, that has got rid of the backward spring then.
As cold winds continue to delay a decent spring day, plants grown under glass and now needing to harden off are having to be patient.
Rachel, husband Chris and her bother-in-law Andrew run Ballintaggart Farm in Perthshire
Spring is long overdue, and this feature on spring flowers had to be put back a couple of times as spring flowers were hard to find.
Locals across Tayside and Fife are expected to bask in the sunshine later this week as temperatures reach unseasonable highs.
Rachel, husband Chris and her brother-in-law Andrew run Ballintaggart Farm in Perthshire
A heatwave from Continental Europe will bring unseasonably high temperatures to Tayside and Fife next week.
It’s the light. Yes, it’s most definitely the light that helps make spring so special – and I don’t mean the longer hours of daylight, but rather the shimmering quality of the lustre in the air.