Snowdrop Walks Norfolk To Explore

Wondering where to find snowdrop flowers near me in Norfolk

During February and March each year there are lots of snowdrop woods Norfolk to see the snowdrop flowers bloom, a snowdrop field is a stunning sight

Snowdrops are a fairly easy plant to take care of and snowdrop bulbs multiply as the years go by, meaning you may eventually have your very own snowdrop garden, but until then, here are some of the best Norfolk snowdrop walks.

There are many gardens each year taking part in Snowdrop Walks and Snowdrop Walks National Trust during February and March, but some of them may not be open, for the latest updates and individual gardens that are open and taking part, check out the National Open Garden Scheme for Norfolk snowdrop weekends and snowdrop gardens near me and Norfolk snowdrop gardens to visit

Snowdrop Walks Norfolk

Bagthorpe Hall

Location : Bagthorpe, Bircham, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6QY

A delightful circular walk which meanders through a stunning display of snowdrops naturally carpeting a woodland floor, and then returning through a walled garden.

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Chestnut Farm

Location : Church Road, West Beckham, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 6NX

Mature 3 acre garden developed over 60 years with collections of many rare and unusual plants and trees.

100+ varieties of snowdrops, drifts of crocus with seasonal flowering shrubs. Later, wood anemones, fritillary meadow, wildflower walk, pond, small arboretum, croquet lawn and colourful herbaceous borders.

In May the handkerchief tree, cercis and camassias should be seen. Always something new.

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Hindringham Hall

Location : Blacksmiths Lane, Hindringham, Norfolk, NR21 0QA

A garden surrounding a Grade II* Tudor Manor House (not open) enveloped by a complete medieval moat plus 3 acres of fishponds.

Working walled vegetable garden, Victorian nut walk, formal beds, bog and stream gardens. Something of interest throughout the year continuing well into autumn.

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Horstead House

Location : Mill Road, Horstead, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 7AU

Stunning display of beautiful snowdrops carpet the woodland setting with winter flowering shrubs.

Another beautiful feature is the dogwoods growing on a small island in the River Bure, which flows through the garden. Small walled garden.

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Lexham Hall

Location : nr Litcham, Norfolk, PE32 2QJ

Parkland with lake and river walks surround C17/18 Hall (not open). Formal garden with terraces, roses and mixed borders.

Traditional working kitchen garden with crinkle-crankle wall. Year-round interest; woods and borders carpeted with snowdrops in February, rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and magnolias in the 3 acre woodland garden in May, and July sees the walled garden borders at their peak.

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Oxburgh Hall

Location : Oxborough, near Swaffham, Norfolk, PE33 9PS

White snowdrops and bright yellow aconites create quite the display at Oxburgh Hall during the winter.

Venture into the Wilderness, My Lady’s Wood and along the north terrace, where thousands of these delicate flowers begin to emerge, all of which have been naturally seeded, rather than designed.

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Raveningham Hall

Location : Raveningham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR14 6NS

Traditional country house garden in glorious parkland setting. Restored Victorian conservatory, walled kitchen garden, herbaceous borders, newly planted stumpery.

Arboretum est after 1987 gale, Millennium lake and sculpture by Susan Bacon. February sees large drifts of many different varieties of snowdrops.

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Sheringham Park

Location : Upper Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8TL

Stunning snowdrop displays are visible on this estate.

The Upcher family left their estate to the National Trust, so it’s fitting that Galanthus plicatus ‘Upcher’ features throughout the Park, among other varieties.

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Walsingham Abbey

Location : The Shirehall Museum, Common Place, Walsingham, Norfolk NR22 6BP

Carpets of snowdrops mingled with aconites have naturalised throughout our 18 acres of grounds and woodland, and along the banks of the River Stiffkey which runs through the Abbey Grounds.

The Snowdrop Walks open in late January, and remain open until early March when the flowers fade.

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