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Peak blooming period expected: 2nd & 3rd Week February

Around 90,000 snowdrop bulbs have been planted in the Gardens over the past few years including a mix of single and double snowdrops, interspersed with some unusual varieties in the Winter Garden such as the yellow tipped ‘Wendy’s Gold’, a giant Galanthus called ‘Colossus’ which at 9 inches is one of the tallest snowdrops you can find and Galanthus ‘Green Brush’ with its unusual green tipped flowers. A walk in the gardens at this time will provide a welcome boost to flagging winter spirits.

If you live locally, you can wrap up warm and stroll through the rest of the extensive gardens and grounds to get your daily exercise and enjoy snowdrops plus the blossoms of camellia, quince, daphnes, hellebores and early daffodils such as ‘Early Sensation’. In the Winter Garden discover a wonderful selection of heathers and dogwoods including Cornus ‘Sanguinea’. Then head to the Moat Restaurant for a warming takeaway drink and bite to eat to consume whilst on the move to round off a lovely day.

View a gallery of photos on Hever Castle’s Pinterest.

Tickets for this period from the 10th February are now on sale.


*We recommend that you wear suitable footwear such as wellington boots or walking boots as the ground may be boggy in places.

N.B. Lake Walk will be open but care must be taken – discover more


Always check the latest details before travelling. Hever Castle reserves the right to close all or part of the Castle, grounds, catering outlets and activities. Please note that use of partner offers may be restricted on some dates, please check before booking.

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