'Cotswold Farm has a fascinating, family friendly Cotswold garden, overlooking a quiet valley on descending levels with the Terrace designed by Norman Jewson. The Snowdrop Collection was begun in the 1930’s and further developed by Ruth Birchall in the 1980’s and 90’s, now boasting 62 varieties. There are many named snowdrops in the borders and swathes of naturalised snowdrops in the woods and along the woodland paths. A Winter Step Garden with scents and textures leads down to the Bog Garden. Hellebores, cornus, aconites, cyclamen, crocus and sarcococca abound'
I took plenty of photos and would encourage you to visit, it's open on Monday 20 and 27 February 11am-3pm, entrance fee £5 and there are some named snowdrops for sale and aconites.
There are 2 days left to see this lovely collection of snowdrops in a beautiful setting.