Watch the seasons change in an elegant English garden in Cheshire.
If you’re looking for countryside days out in spring, you’ll love this fine English garden. The beautiful snowdrops were first planted in 1833 by Sibella Wilbraham and have since been watching over six generations of the Wilbraham family during their time at the estate.
Today, there are over 70 varieties of the enchanting white blossom in the gardens at the Grade II listed Rode hall.
Walk the mile-long route where the cascading snowdrops decorate the scenery in the borders of the Nestfield Garden, in the Old Wood and in the Wild Garden.
At the end of the trail, warm up with cream tea or soup made with vegetables fresh from the Kitchen Garden as you sit by a flaming wood burner. You can even buy your own Rode Hall snowdrop to plant at home.
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