The 2018 Daffodil Walks flyer is here for you to download and print for yourself – please share with friends or put up a copy for your local groups to see!
Bookings are now being taken for this years Guided Tours ( Daily at 10.30am )
Either use the link on the Booking page or call 01606 889380.
No bookings required if you just want to walk around at your own leisure enjoying the Daffodils and Fairy Trail, however, if you’re a large party it would be appreciated to advise us so that we can stock up on cake!
The dates for Daffodil Walks for 2018 are Wednesday 28th March through to Sunday 8th April inclusive.
Organised walks will be available each morning, please see the Booking page for more details!
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!
The weather is gorgeous, the fields are glorious, and there’s still just chance to book the last few places for the last guided tour which is on tomorrow (Sunday 9th April) at 10:30am.
Hoping you can join us for the tour, and of course you can come to enjoy the walks today or tomorrow as usual!
It’s been a busy first few days at the Daffodil Farm -we’ve welcomed some new visitors and it has been lovely to see our regular supporters again! The Daffodils are looking spectacular and there’s been an awful lot of activity in the Magic Oak Fairy Tree.
On Friday we were blessed with sunshine, which was perfect as we had a visit from the local preschool with 26 lively toddlers (and their helpers) enjoying the Fairy trail and the Daffodil fields.
Something for young and old alike!
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 available by special arrangement for pre-booked groups.
The daffodil crop and quality will be very good owing to the amount of rainfall. Lots more bulbs have been planted for this flowering season, and the fairies have been making new dresses ready to welcome children young and old.
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 – see the walks page for details of times and dates as soon as we have those for 2017.
Lots more bulbs have been planted down in the woods and also new plantings in the clover field, so there will be many more flowers to see this coming season.
The tree fairies are hibernating at the moment but will be ready to welcome all children, young and old, in the spring.
It’s a glorious day, the daffodils are out in fantastic full show, and it’s the very last afternoon this year to come down and see them for yourself, and all for a very worthy cause!
This year has already been a record-breaking year with more visitors than ever before for the talks and self-guided walks.
If you’ve already been – don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, and share your experiences of your visit – and we’ll be posting up there too the times for next year too in case you missed out this year!