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Snowdrop Week at Batsford

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Batsford Arboretum
Moreton In Marsh
Gloucestershire
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Event timing: Late Feb / Early March
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Weather-permitting, our snowdrops should be at their absolute peak of floral gorgeousness in the arboretum right now – a welcome harbinger of warmer days to come. Wander through drifts of aconites and snowdrops and spoil yourself with lunch or afternoon tea in the Garden Terrace Café and a spot of retail therapy – the perfect way to warm up again!

Snowdrops will also be available to buy ‘in the green’ in the Plant Centre. Check the website or call us on 01386 701441 for an update on snowdrop flowering!

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