A world-famous garden home to National Collections and Champion Trees
In flower now at Bodnant Garden
Climbing roses are the first to flower, from June, leading a display of David Austin English Roses all summer long on the terraces.
Enjoy displays of sky blue meconopsis in the Poppy Bed near the Pinmill, on the Prim Path and dotted through the garden.
Look up to see the tissue-papery white bracts of the Davidia involucrata, high in the canopy of these century-old trees.
Swathes of bright pink, yellow and white Himalayan primulas light up shady borders and dells, like these Primula pulverulenta.
See fiery red Chilean Firebush all around the garden in late spring. Bodnant has a National Collection of Embothrium coccineum.
Bodnant Garden has a National Collection of more than 500 Asian magnolias, which flower from March to July.
Waterlilies are a picture in the ornamental pools of the Lily Terrace and Canal Terrace from June.