Welcome in spring at our London gardens, orchards and parks. Seek out spring bulbs and blossom at Red House, heritage tulips at Ham House and Garden and carpets of bluebells at Osterley Park and House.
After months of grey skies, vibrant bursts of yellow daffodils will soon be decorating our gardens and parks throughout March and April. From the glorious golden gardens of Mottisfont in Hampshire to the army of 15,000 bulbs at Chartwell in Kent.
Head up on to the downs and look out for some of the first flowers to blossom. Spot the bright yellow of primroses and cowslips on Culver Down and the Needles Headland, as well as the unique colour of bluebells on both St Catherine’s Down and Luccombe Down.
Spring is in full bloom across Hampshire. Our gardens at Mottisfont, Hinton Ampner and The Vyne are awash with fresh pastel colours and delicious scents. Further afield there are bluebell woods and early butterflies.
Spring is brightening up our gardens and woodlands around East Sussex. Don’t miss the carpets of bluebells at Bateman's, iconic daffodils at Smallhythe Place or Sissinghurst Castle Garden’s cottage garden ablaze with spring flowers.
You don’t have to travel far to find bluebells in spring. From Emmetts Garden in Kent where the hillside is swathed in blue, to the ancient woodlands of Hinton Ampner, these are some of our top spots for bluebells.
Leaves are unfurling in our Berkshire gardens. 22,000 bedding plants adorn the banks of Cliveden's parterre and at Basildon Park, the expansive lawn in front of the house is bright with yellow daffodils.
You don’t have to travel far to find bluebells in spring. From Emmetts Garden in Kent where the hillside is swathed in blue, to the ancient woodlands of Hinton Ampner, these are some of our top spots for bluebells in London and the South East.
This Easter enjoy an outdoor adventure. Find a Cadbury Egg Hunt at many places over the whole holidays. Plus there's plenty more activities from crafts to garden trails and chances to go wild in natural play areas and woodland across the south east.