It was a day for ladybirds today. These were on our bedroom windowsill. They’ve been hibernating in the window-frames, and have woken up in the warmth of the sun today. They are both forms of the invading Harlequin ladybirds. If you want to know more, have a look here! You can record any ladybirds that you find in the UK there too.
This native 7-spot ladybird was in the garden, trotting round the Lonicera nitida hedge.
The yellow crocuses were wide open today.
And finally, two greenish flowers, that need to be looked at closely to be appreciated. They both produce nectar for bees and other insects.