12 – The number of hours of both daylight and darkness on March 20—the first day of spring (the vernal equinox).
1918 – The year Daylight Saving Time was signed into law, only to be repealed seven months later. It was permanently implemented in 1942.
6 – The number of spring flowers that usually bloom first: daffodils, dandelions, lilies, tulips, irises and lilac.
16 – The number of Delaware State Parks. Get out and explore!
1784 – The year Benjamin Franklin first proposed Daylight Saving Time.
2nd -The Sunday in March that the United States begins Daylight Saving Time each year.