Author Archives: Len
A message from the Fairy Queen! The children were so good last year that I’ve invited more fairy friends to live where the daffodils grow!
Walks this year will be daily from 27th March to 7th April inclusive, with tours each day at 10:30am, and walks at any time from 10am – 3pm. For more details see the booking page An update on the daffodils … Continue reading
I’ve just finished planting up around 6,000 more bulbs for our visitors to enjoy, so these should add more colour and variety in the years to come. Get your planting done while it’s still nice enough out! The fairies are … Continue reading
The daffodils are very happy this month, lots of rain and then a downfall of snow and frost to slow them down a bit. They should be on target for the normal dates this coming year! We will have the walks available from Wednesday 28th March to Sunday 8th April inclusive.
I’ve taken some dry straw and feathers down to the magic oak and all the wildlife is out and very active.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
This year the walks will be available from Wednesday 29th March to Sunday 9th April inclusive. Guided walks will be available every morning at 10:30 am, and self walks from 10 am to 4 pm. Guided Walks in the afternoon are … Continue reading
The daffodils are a little slow this year owing to the dry season, but I suspect we will get plenty of rain in the next few weeks and I’m sure that everything will be flowering in time for open days … Continue reading
It’s the first day of the daffodil walks today, a fantastic turnout, the weather was kind. We had visitors from far afield today who’ve travelled down to see something different. A general update for those wondering – we have suffered … Continue reading
I was in the U.K., last week and looking at the daffodils I would say that they may begin flowering a little earlier than normal, but seem to be in very good condition owing to the rainfall this backend, there will … Continue reading
The first daffodils – Early Sensation – are out two weeks early at Whitegate, but most of the other daffodils are just starting to peep through and with the amount of rain that we’ve had, they look to be in … Continue reading