Snowdrop Walk starts 2021 season at Hever Castle

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Hever Castle snowdrops

Visitors to Hever Castle & Gardens in February have the chance to see 90,000 snowdrops throughout the grounds from beside the outer moat, meandering along Sunday Walk and drifting into Church Walk.

They will be encouraged to put on their wellies, hats and scarves and explore the woodland walks and enjoy the sight of a host of snowdrops in bloom close to the famous Castle and childhood home of Anne Boleyn.

Head Gardener Neil Miller has been amassing an enviable collection of snowdrop varieties over the last 7 years, planting 10,000 each season including a mix of single and double snowdrops.  He promises more unusual varieties for those visiting in 2021, in particular in the Winter Garden.

Discover the delights of a late winter walk through drifts of snowdrops from 10 February.

Hever Castle, Kent
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Hever Castle

Hever, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 7NG

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