Ain. Daffodils have reached the Vergongeat Plateau

Only two amateur photographers had settled in the Vergongeat woods, in Coligny, this Tuesday morning, February 23, to immortalize these Aindinoise daffodils. And for good reason, spring snowflakes (little white bell-shaped flowers) and daffodils already cover the lush, sparkling soil of the plateau in Revermont. As in recent years, it is not necessary to wait for the official arrival of spring to go and collect, until the end of May, this flower of the Amaryllidaceae family on the border of the Jura. To get there, from Bourg-en-Bresse, take the D1083 in the direction of Lons-le-Saunier, until Coligny. So, the direction is marked with an arrow.

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