Places to see blossom in the Midlands

Throughout the spring fruit trees will be blooming with apples, plums, pears and damsons bearing dainty white flowers tinged with pink, followed by the famous rosé pink petals of the cherry tree. Here's some of the best places to see blossom in the region.


Blossom in the Walled Kitchen Garden, Clumber Park


At Clumber Park, we have recreated a long-lost orchard to connect visitors with nature. From Hawthorn to Blackthorn, there will be trees blossoming from late January to Midsummer, surrounded by patches of wildflowers.







A cherry tree covered in blossom in front of Wightwick Manor

West Midlands 

With three orchards Wightwick is no stranger to blossom, but possibly the most striking display comes from the lone ornamental cherry tree Prunus ‘Shirotae’, which bursts into bloom in the middle of the tennis court.


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