A world-famous garden home to National Collections and Champion Trees
In flower now at Bodnant Garden
55 metres of golden, scented Laburnum watereri x 'Vossii' drape the Laburnum Arch in the upper garden. Our late spring highlight!
Enjoy acres of blossom from cherry trees, native and exotic, now flowering around the garden. The spectacle in The Glades is unmissable.
Look up to see the tissue-papery white bracts of the Davidia involucrata, high in the canopy of these century-old trees.
During April and May our historic collection of rhododendrons is at its peak, including many unique Bodnant hybrids.
Flowering cornus can be seen in the glades and dells in mid spring, with their delicate tissue-papery blooms in white and pink.
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 June.
Native bluebells are carpeting the ground in the glades and woods around the garden.
Spot many spring viburnums in the garden; some have beautiful large, ivory flowerheads while other more dainty ones are sweetly scented.