2019 Snowdrop Openings

Every Day in February

Ston Easton Park

10.30am – 4pm

A stunning garden of beautiful parkland within a historic Repton landscape kicks off the NGS Snowdrop Festival for 2019.  Cyclamen and hellebore accompany the snowdrops.


Sunday 3rd February – Cancelled

Elworthy Cottage

11am – 4pm

Our very own HPS members, Mike and Jenny Spiller, will be opening to show their remarkable collection of snowdrops, amongst other late winter flowers.   Elworthy Cottage is well worth a visit if you have a passion for galanthus – the range of varieties is superb, and the nursery has a selection for sale, too.  Home-made teas available.


Rock House

11am – 4pm

A 2-acre garden just north of Bristol, which is swathed in broad drifts of snowdrops at this time of year.  Some unusual varieties, too.


Vine House

1pm – 4pm

Behind a listed Georgian house on the West Side of Bristol is a garden full of snowdrops, flowering amongst mature trees, shrubs, herbaceous borders and alongside a stream.  No refreshments.


Saturday 9th February  

Elworthy Cottage

11am – 4pm

Sunday 10th February

Rock House

11am – 4pm

Friday 15th February

Elworthy Cottage

11am – 4pm

Sunday 17th February and Throughout The Month

East Lambrook Manor Gardens

10am – 5pm

HPS members will be familiar with East Lambrook’s quintessential English cottage garden in spring and summer, but have you seen it in its winter glory?  With noted collections of snowdrops and hellebores, and the excellent specialist Margery Fish Plant Nursery, this is a galanthophile’s dream.  Refreshments available.

See previous news item

Thursday 21st February

Southfield Farm

10am – 1pm

This 2-acre, owner-designed garden near Nailsea has much winter colour and scent.  Aconites, heathers, snowdrops, hellebores and more.  Indoor tearoom in the stable yard.


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  1. Pingback: Elworthy Cottage Snowdrops on Sunday 3rd : Cancelled | Somerset Hardy Plant Society

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