Spring in the gardens at Berrington Hall
Discover all the colours of the rainbow this spring at Berrington Hall.
Spring is a wonderful time of year in the gardens and parkland at Berrington Hall. The gardens go through lots of changes throughout the months of spring, starting with snowdrops in late winter followed by daffodils, crocus and hyacinths, then apple blossom on the trees and even bluebells dotted around the woodland.
Discover 'Fruition' in the couryard; ten apple trees which have been temporarily moved from the main orchard and now take centre stage in the courtyard within large wooden planters. See them laden with blossom this springtime, each one surrounded by lovely spring bulbs in the planters themselves.
Spring is a great time to be outdoors at Berrington; sit amongst the blossom in the gardens and listen to the birds singing in the trees. After admiring the walled garden and pleasure grounds, head to the fourteen-acre serpentine lake. From March onwards herons return to Berrington's lake to breed and bring up their young. The heronry here is only one of two in Herefordshire and the return of the herons is a sight we look forward to every spring.