Snowdrop Walks Wiltshire To Explore

Snowdrop Walks Wiltshire – Wondering where to find snowdrop flowers near me in Wiltshire

During February and March each year there are lots of snowdrop woods Wiltshire 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 Wiltshire 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 Wiltshire snowdrop weekends and snowdrop gardens near me and Wiltshire snowdrop gardens to visit

Snowdrop Walks Wiltshire

Heale Garden

Location : Heale House, Middle Woodford, Salisbury SP4 6NT

Heale House and its eight acres of beautiful gardens lie beside the river Avon at Middle Woodford, just north of Salisbury, Wiltshire. Much of the house is unchanged since King Charles II hid here in 1651.

From early spring when sheets of aconites and snowdrops carpet the ground, to late summer when the crescendo of unusual planting explodes, the garden is in a constant state of flux.

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Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village

Address: Lacock, near Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 2LG

The National Trust list Lacock as one of the best spots to see Snowdrops this season.

The gardens at Lacock Abbey combine meandering paths, beautiful woodland and parkland, as well as orchard and William Henry Fox Talbot’s Botanic Garden.

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Lydiard Park

Location : Lydiard Tregoze, Swindon SN5 3PA

The park in Swindon is renowned for being one of the best spots to see snowdrops. The spectacle is one that many people travel miles to see.

The snowdrops cloak all the woods of the park and can also be seen down by the lake and in front of the stable buildings.

With 260 acres of historic landscape with lawns and woodland it is the perfect place to explore if you have not yet. Open to the public all year, with accessible paths, there is also 24hr pay and display carpark available on site.

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Savernake Forest

Location : Postern Hill, Savernake Forest, Marlborough, SN8 4ND

The Marlborough area is best known for bluebells (head there mid-May for the biggest blanket of blue you’ll ever see), but earlier in the year you can see the snowdrops too.

If you’ve got kids that love running wild in forests for hours, Savernake is the perfect place to go snowdrop hunting

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Address: near Mere, Wiltshire, BA12 6QD

Carpets of brilliant white snowdrops surround the lake in this world-famous garden from February. With winding paths to follow and surprises round every corner, early spring is the perfect time to visit.

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Location : Boscombe Village, nr Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 0AB

Whilst overflowing with roses in June, in Jan and Feb the bones of this ⅔ acre galanthophile’s garden on chalk are on show.

Brick and flint walls, terraces, rustic arches, gates and pond add character. Drifts of snowdrops carpet the floor whilst throughout is a growing collection of well over 400 named varieties.

Many hellebores, pulmonarias, grasses and seedheads add interest.

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