Shake off those winter blues and lift your spirits in a garden fresh with spring.
Stroll amongst wild flowers and orchards at Acorn Bank in Cumbria.
At Hidcote, Gloucestershire, you'll find a host of flowers and trees in bloom.
You'll find swathes of daffodils in the orchard and along the banks of the canal at Erddig.
At Calke Abbey, Derbyshire, you can enjoy woodland and wild flowers throughout the gardens and estate.
In the spring at Cotehele, an acre of meadow becomes a sea of daffodils.
At Cliveden in Buckinghamshire, there's a dazzling display of colour with spring flowerbeds and a six acre Parterre.
Visit Nymans in West Sussex to see magnolias and cherry blossom take over the garden.
Discover the best spring gardens to enjoy at our places across the U.K. Visit Sissinghurst Castle, Kent, to see the cottage garden, woodland and orchard in bloom.
At Quarry Bank Mill colourful, fragrant flowers fill the garden in the spring.
There's a riot of colour to be found at Rowallane Garden, County Down.
At Barrington Court, Somerset, you'll find old orchards filled with blossom.
Visit Llanerchaeron to see the grounds in bloom and some new arrivals at the Home Farm.
Spring at Wightwick Manor means budding plants in the Edwardian garden and a cherry tree in full bloom.
Bluebells are a celebrated sign of Spring. Find out where you can find bluebells at a National Trust woodland, garden or park near you.
A cheerful sight on a woodland walk, riverside ramble or garden stroll, snowdrops are a welcome sign that spring will soon be on its way. We’ve chosen some of the best places to spot them.
This spring, challenge your kids to complete all seven of these seasonal activities. From racing snails, to bringing up butterflies, there’s a lot to discover in early spring.