Spring is a wonderful time to look at flowers across our places in South Derbyshire and Leicestershire. As the days lengthen and get warmer, snowdrops and crocus make way for carpets of daffodils in our gardens, parks and woodland.
Gardener Joe shares his top recommendations for making the most of the garden this spring.
A fragrant woodland greets you this season as wild garlic carpets Ilam Park
We can't wait for all of our flowers to burst into action, during the autumn our garden team planted hundreds of new bulbs ready to spring into action.
Embrace the spring landscape and explore parts of Kedleston you've never been before. Walk among the bluebells, watch the birds and enjoy the great outdoors.
After a winter slumber, Calke’s gardens are beginning to bloom for the spring. Watch the gardeners at work and see pops of spring colour around the peaceful gardens.
Spring is lambing time at Calke Abbey. Find out about our flock of rare-breed Portland sheep here.
Spring is the perfect time to be walking at Kedleston, the ground becomes awash of spring colour. Bluebells are one of our favourites, there's nothing quite like them.
This Easter we’re celebrating all things woolly here at Kedleston Hall. There's plenty of craft activities and workshops on offer and of course the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt.
Capturing a hidden gem for the Stoneywell photography competition
What birds will you spot at Calke Abbey on your next visit?