Last Autumn we planted another 2000 approx. bulbs to further enhance the offering. The very wet weather and cool temperatures have contributed to a late growing season ( we are currently around 2 weeks later than usual, with our earliest Daffodils blooming at the end of January, these are usually in flower at the beginning) The good news is though that the bulbs will have retained a good deal of moisture which will give the blooms very good substance and lasting quality. This should ensure we have a great show when we open the Farm for 2 weekends in April 2020
these are : 3rd,4th,5th & 10th,11th,12th,13th.
Last year the Fairy Trail and village were very successful again and we hope to invite more fairies to the farm this year (If you have any fairies or associated belongings who’d like to join our Fairy family please get in touch)
I’m sorry to say that due to recent knee replacement surgery I’m not doing any guided tours this year although I’m sure to be on hand to have a chat with you about Daffodils!
Looking forward to seeing you in Spring, best regards, Len.