doesn't it lift your heart to see these pretty little flowers they are so welcome in the dreary days after Christmas, wish I could have the complete range but then that would leave the garden empty the rest of the year.
The Snowdrop Valley, correct name Draper's Way, is in SOMERSET, near Timberscombe! It's absolutely beautiful, only accessable for three weeks by specially provided bus from Wheddon Cross, or with good walking legs - about twenty minutes brisk walk, directed over the fields, or half an hour following the road, which is closed.
Superb, but in SOMERSET!!!!!!!
See Wheddon Cross on the Web for lovely photos and details.
Bank Hall, Bretherton, Lancashire is one of the newest yet established snowdrop gardens in the UK. The gardens of the mansion house were abandoned for over 20 years until the Bank Hall Action Group cleared the debris and overgrowth and revealed the hidden carpets of snowdrops. They are open to the public every Sunday throughout February and well worth the visit for any Galanthophile, historian or garden lover.