How to Buy A White Sea Flower with A New Life in North Sea
A white sea flower that has been washed ashore in northern England has been saved from the ocean by a sea flow filler.
A group of sea birds gathered to feed on the sea flower this week as the water level in the area near the village of Blackpool rose.
They noticed the white sea and decided to eat it, said Chris Davenport, the organiser of the local group Seafood Rescue.
“They took a bite out of it and it became a new life, and I think that’s why they’re so happy to see it in the wild again,” he told the BBC.
“We are hoping that it will come back and help us out.”
The group has been helping to collect the flower for more than a year and now hopes to collect it from the sea every two weeks.
Davenport said he was “delighted” to find a sea flower for the group.
“I think this is a wonderful thing for us,” he said.
He said the white seaweed, which is also used in perfumes, was popular in the South West of England and was “pretty much in every home garden”.
“It’s a bit of a mystery why this is so popular here,” he added.
“It does seem to have been introduced into the North Sea through a long-standing fishery here.”
There’s a lot of people here who are doing well to recover this beautiful piece of the ocean.