A world-famous garden home to National Collections and Champion Trees
In flower now at Bodnant Garden
White, pink and red camellias fill the garden, from the native Chinese Camellia japonica to these heavy-flowering hybrid Camellia 'JC Williams'.
See many varieties of hellebores right now; white Helleborus niger (Christmas Rose), lime green Helleborus argutifolius and colourful Ashwood Garden hybrids.
During April and May our historic collection of rhododendrons is at its peak, including many unique Bodnant hybrids.
Bodnant Garden has a National Collection of more than 500 Asian magnolias, which flower from March to June.
Native to Asia, these early flowering cheanomeles provide welcome colour from late winter. But watch out for the spiny stems.
Wild Daffodils are now out in the Old Park meadow. There are many other varieties too in the glades and woods, beds and borders.
Spot many spring viburnums in the garden; some have beautiful large, ivory flowerheads while other more dainty ones are sweetly scented.
Colourful tulips are everywhere in the upper garden, dotted through borders and in formal displays in The Bath and Parterre.