If it’s real life or virtual Snowdrop walks/visits you’d enjoy then perhaps you might want to pour yourself a cuppa and browse the links below. Yep… if you are wondering where to find Snowdrop displays to visit just now, perhaps I might have found you just one or two. It has been fun searching 🙂
Scotland is hosting a Festival of Snowdrops just now. Oops… apologies for my late arrival to the party. I’m hoping I’ll redeem myself now with a bit of a Snowdrop Fest… please do join me 🙂
For my blogging friends and visitors outside the UK who will never see snowdrops growing (unless they visit countries that do) this post is dedicated to you.
Below you’ll see links to gardens and blog posts where you can see Snowdrop displays. Here in Scotland they are just beginning but I always forget that down in England and Wales they are a few weeks ahead of us so sorry if you’ve missed an opportunity there.
Perhaps you could help me? If you know a garden or blog post that I’ve missed or you would recommend please do add a link below. Please no spam, I will delete your entry and if you persist will close the links completely and you’ll spoil this for everyone.
If you are a blogger and have posted on Snowdrops/visits already (or plan to soon), please add the URL of your post below with the location and area followed by your name as I have done with mine. Snowdrop photo posts are welcome too 🙂
As well as enjoying seeing snowdrop displays myself, I do hope many more people will enjoy visiting gardens at this time of year to see them too – perhaps for the first time 🙂
I haven’t decided which gardens I will visit this year. Perhaps Cluny in Perthshire for a day visit but I am considering a night viewing of snowdrops at Cambo…
Looks quite a spectacle doesn’t it? Drumroll please 🙂 Let’s open this Snowdrop Fest at shirls gardenwatch… let’s share our Snowdrops with the world 😀
Yellow Book Openings shown in list below: SGS = Open Gardens in Scotland,
NGS = Open Gardens in England & Wales. NT = National Trust Gardens in England & Wales. NTS = National Trust Gardens in Scotland.
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