During spring the Wild Garden is transformed by a stunning display of daffodils, snowdrops and crocuses early in the season, followed by primroses, anemones and snakeshead fritillaries. Drifts of the original 19th century daffodils such as Emperor, Empress and Maximus Superbus are still going strong but the current gardening team are adding to the display with some strongly scented jonquils and pretty Narcissus cyclamineus. After the gloomy chill of the winter months this is worth leaving your hibernation to see.
The tearoom will be open on NGS days serving delicious homemade cakes and cream teas, and there will be a selection of plants will be for sale.
Entry £7 gardens, children under 16 free. All proceeds to the National Garden Scheme.