Snowdrop Walks Worcestershire To Explore

Wondering where to find snowdrop flowers near me in Worcestershire

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

Snowdrop Walks Worcestershire


Location : Old Hills, Callow End, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR2 4TQ

This is a plant specialist’s 1½ acre informal working garden, parts of which are used for plant production rather than for show.

Situated next to common land. Mixed borders with wide variety of hardy perennials where plants are allowed to self seed.

Plant Heritage National Collections of Symphyotrichum (Aster) novae-angliae and some Hardy Geraniums.

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Croome National Trust

Location : near High Green, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR8 9DW

There’s a wonderful show of snowdrops in the Church Shrubbery in the first few months of the year and you can see Galanthus nivalis which were mentioned in the 1824 guidebook, the Hortus Croomensis.

Over a two year period in 2009 and 2010 they planted 10,500 snowdrops in the Church Shrubbery.

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Warndon Court

Location : St Nicholas Lane, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR4 0SL

Warndon Court is a 2 acre family garden surrounding a Grade II* listed farmhouse (not open).

Featuring a circular route with formal rose gardens, terraces, two ponds, pergolas, topiary (inc a scruffy dragon), pretty summerhouse (gallery), a potager and woodland walk along the dry moat and through the secret garden.

It has bee-friendly wildlife areas and is home to great-crested newts and slow-worms.

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