A host of golden daffodil gardens
Blooming brilliant yellow in drifts across the garden, daffodils can brighten even the dullest winter day. The daffodil (narcissus) is most commonly known for being a symbol of hope and rebirth – the precursor to spring and new beginnings. However they are also the national flower for Wales and are the bloom which has added flower power to Marie Curie.
From the wonderfully wild to the carefully curated, waves of daffodils are making an appearance across the country this March. Celebrate the start of daffodil season with a virtual garden visit to a selection of our spring gardens…
Fron Heulog, Powys
Set deep in the heart of the Welsh country this stunning 1½ acre mature landscaped garden is set around a striking modern house. The adjoining eight acres are managed for wildlife creating a haven for birds, butterflies and pollinators. Take a glimpse now at this beautiful garden bursting with blossoms and birdsong…
Riverhill Himalayan Gardens
The beautiful hillside garden at Riverhill Himalayan Gardens has been privately owned by the Rogers family since 1840. Join owner Sarah Rogers for a leisurely visit through the history and planting of the gardens with its extensive views across the Weald of Kent.
Gorsty House, Powys
Tucked away in its picturesque landscape, Gorsty House in Powys is the very heart of spring. Each year thousands of daffodils bloom in this two-acre garden, offering uplifting scenes after the dull days of winter.
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