Where to see daffodils in Northern Ireland
Gardens, parks and woodlands come to life with the arrival of spring. These bright bulbs burst into life in gardens and woods heralding the arrival of spring from February through to May. Enjoy these dazzling seasonal displays.
- Castle Ward, County Down
- Beautiful sights fill the estate as flowers begin to blossom after the winter hibernation. Daffodils bloom brightly, followed by bluebells.See the daffodils at Castle Ward
- Florence Court, County Fermanagh
- Sights and sounds of spring, including thousands of cheery daffodils, can be found all over the estate.See the daffodils at Florence Court
- Mount Stewart, County Down
- This world-famous garden regenerates for spring with daffodils bringing the colour of sunshine into the lawns, beds and verges.See the daffodils at Mount Stewart
- Rowallane, County Down,
- Filled with plants from around the world, Rowallane bursts into colour in late spring with the arrival of the daffodils. Find them clustered under trees and lining the perennial borders as you walk the garden paths.See the daffodils at Rowallane
- Springhill, County Londonderry
- Springhill has a fantastic display of daffodils each spring, and with 600 new bulbs being planted every autumn the collection is always increasing. Come and see the wonderful display of these bright and beautiful spring flowers and see how many different varieties you can spot.See the daffodils at Springhill
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