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Event Snowdrop Days at Bodnant Garden, Conwy
February, Bodnant Garden, Conwy
Free!

Bodnant Garden in Conwy is one of the finest and most beautiful botanical gardens in the country, and it is well worth a visit at any time of year. It is a wonderful place that the whole family can enjoy, with no fewer than five National Collections (including magnolias and new hybrid rhododendrons), as well as different gardens for each season, allowing you to experience the spectacular colours for yourself, no matter what time of year it is.

Bodnant Garden in Conwy is one of the finest and most beautiful botanical gardens in the country, and it is well worth a visit at any time of year. It is a wonderful place that the whole family can enjoy, with no fewer than five National Collections (including magnolias and new hybrid rhododendrons), as well as different gardens for each season, allowing you to experience the spectacular colours for yourself, no matter what time of year it is.

However, we would recommend going to the gardens in February – you can still catch some of the Winter Garden’s beauty, but more excitingly, you can join in on the Snowdrop Days.

Bodnant Gardens aims to have more than a hundred thousand snowdrops on display in the spring, so they need all the help they can get with planting them. They will be digging all the holes, so there is no real dirty work to do – visitors get to have all the fun of planting the snowdrops themselves.

The event is free, dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on leads, and children are more than welcome to take part in the planting. Then you can come back next year and see your own snowdrop in all its glory!

Location

Bodnant Garden is situated in Colwyn Bay, Conwy. Take the A470 from the A55 at junction 19. There is parking at the gardens. 

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