ALBURTIS, Pa. – heat climate is correct across the nook in Alburtis when the bluebells begin to bloom.
“That is stunning,” stated Patte Rogers of Macungie.
“We are saying okay as soon as we see the blue, the spring just isn’t too far-off,” stated Invoice Townsend of Wescosville.
Jane Townsend of Wescosville stated, “We come over and simply take pleasure in them.”
Households come to Lock Ridge Park each spring to take photos of the bluebells, stroll round, and sure, even stroll their pets. However sadly, guests do not at all times observe the park guidelines.
“It form of spoils it for everybody else,” stated Townsend.
Robert Stiffler, director of parks and recreation for Lehigh County, says there are two vital guidelines when visiting the bluebells:
Number one- keep on the compacted grass.
“They should not harm this,” stated Rogers.
“We even stroll our cat by means of the path, and he is aware of to remain on the trail,” stated Rachelle Lysinger of Alburtis.
Quantity 2-Do not throw blankets down on the flowers.
“Individuals simply plop down in the midst of them and crush the flowers,” stated Townsend.
“If they arrive right here crushing the flowers, there would not be as many and we might preserve them as stunning for everybody,” stated Ellasyn Schneck.
And with Easter proper across the nook, households say they need to be certain that the custom of the bluebells stays alive for everybody, yr after yr.
“Pleased Easter,” stated Schneck.