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A couple, of advancing years, stop to look at the snowdrops growing among birch trees while the winter sun pierces the leafless trees
Visitors admiring the snowdrops while walking in the Winter Garden at Dunham Massey | © National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

Where to see snowdrops

Despite the cold, snowdrops can be found thriving in pastures, woods, gardens and orchards across the UK from January to early March. Their white petals and green leaves brighten the winter months and signal that warmer seasons are on their way. Discover the best spots for seeing snowdrops at the places in our care.

Where to see snowdrops

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