snowdropAs a Snowdrop lover and blogger, I decided to list you the NT top list of  gardens promising spectacular displays of snowdrops. Hope you’ll enjoy this virtual visit as much as I do.

Matthew Oates,  nature and wildlife expert at National Trust (UK), said:
In the garden, the pinnacles of snowdrop leaves provide the very first sign of spring, often appearing around New Year’s Day. The flowers themselves arrive later in pure white glory and, on mild late winter days, are beloved by honey bees. They are best seen in half-light and, of course, amidst the winter snow.’

Kingston Lacy, Dorset

Anglesey Abbey, Gerdens and Lode Mill, Cambridgeshire;

The Argory Co. Armagh

Attingham Park, Shropshire

Chirk Castle, Wrexham

Dunham Massey, Cheshire

Fountains Abbey and Studeley Royal, Yorkshire

Ickworth, Suffolk 

Mottisfont, Hampshire

Newark Park, Gloucestershire

Nymans, West Sussex

Enjoy your Spring looking for a Snowdrop Garden!


About Odile Milton

I travel through words whenever possible. Odile Milton is my signature on the web as I wanted an alter ego to indicate only my writings and works, not my personal life. Odile like the dancer in black swan, and Milton from the novel An old-fashioned girl. View all posts by Odile Milton

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