Snowdrops in the Midlands

The first months of the year show signs that plant life is still busy with the burst of beautiful snowdrops. Here are some of our favourite places to see the first signs that spring is on its way in the Midlands. Remember that snowdrops rely on the weather, so please do check with the property that they're in flower before you visit.

Snowdrops growing in a woodland

Snowdrops at Hardwick 

One of the earliest bulbs to bloom, snowdrops are a welcome sign of life after the winter months. Discover these gems at Hardwick.

Crocheted snowdrops at Gunby in Lincolnshire

Gunby snowdrops galore 

You know spring is around the corner when swathes of snowdrops start to appear in the gardens and grounds of Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire. What's not to love about these pretty white flowers?

Delicate snowdrops in the parkland

Croome's snowdrops 

Even during the colder months, there’s lots of colour and structure to be enjoyed in Croome’s parkland.

A view into the woodland at Attingham which is covered in snowdrops

Attingham's snowdrops 

We're on Snowdrop Watch! Springing up across the park, our snowdrops will begin to appear in January. Traditionally seen as a symbol of hope at the end of winter, discover more about our snowdrops when you visit.

Snowdrops in the garden at Belton House, Lincolnshire

Belton's snowdrops 

Enjoy flowering Snowdrops while taking a stroll around Belton's gardens.

Snowdrops at Calke Abbey in Derbyshire

Snowdrops at Calke Abbey 

At Calke Abbey, Derbyshire, you can enjoy woodland and wild flowers throughout the gardens and estate.

Snowdrops in the churchyard at Baddesley Clinton

Snowdrops at Baddesley 

Welcome in the spring with a gentle stroll to see the snowdrops around the churchyard here at Baddesley.

Snowdrops in the Dingle at Dudmaston, Shropshire

Snowdrop spotting at Dudmaston

The Dingle walks at Dudmaston will be open on 13, 14, 20 and 21 February for snowdrop spotting. Warm up by the log burner in the tea-room and tuck into some hearty treats.