Snowdrop Walks in Suffolk

Wondering where to find snowdrop flowers near me in Suffolk

Snowdrops are a fairly easy plant to take care of and snowdrop bulbs multiply as the years go by, meaning you may eventually have your very own snowdrop garden, but until then, here are some of the best Suffolk snowdrop walks.

Snowdrop Walks Suffolk To Explore

Bradfield Woods

Location : Felsham Road, Bradfield St George Bury St Edmunds Suffolk IP30 0AQ

Snowdrops are just one of the 370 species of plant that grow in a woodland area many consider to be one the finest examples of ancient forest remaining in Britain.

Located 15 minutes away from Bury St Edmunds, a number of walks criss-cross the area, giving you many options for snowdrop spotting.

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Chippenham Park

Location : Chippenham Hall Chippenham Park, Newmarket CB7 5PT

Chippenham Park is a thriving family estate. The house, gardens, and park were created at the very end of the 17th century by Admiral Lord Russell with permission from William III.

The gardens have been awarded the highest two-star rating by the Good Gardens Guide and are notable for their vast swathes of snowdrops and aconites in late winter followed by a superb spring show of daffodils, hellebores, spring bulbs and blossoms.

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Dawes Hall

Location : Henny Rd, Bures CO8 5EX

See the incredible carpet of snowdrops and explore 25 acres of riverside nature reserve and 3 acres of private garden.

A 25-acre Nature Reserve on the Essex-Suffolk border, dedicated to environmental education.

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Great Thurlow Hall

Location : Great Thurlow, Haverhill, Suffolk, CB9 7LF

13 acres of beautiful gardens set around the River Stour, Masses of snowdrops in late winter are followed by daffodils and blossom around the riverside walk in spring.

Herbaceous borders, rose garden and extensive shrub borders come alive with colour from late spring onwards, there is also a large walled kitchen garden and arboretum.

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Ickworth National Trust

Location : The Rotunda, Horringer, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP29 5QE

Follow the path along Lady Geraldine’s Walk and wind your way around Albana Walk, where snowdrops are complemented by the golden glow of aconites. If it is carpets of white you are looking for, this is the place to visit.

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Kentwell Hall

Location : High Street, Long Melford, Sudbury CO10 9BA

Spring is a lovely time to visit Kentwell’s Gardens. The Shrubbery and Back Wood are carpeted with Snowdrops, with little pockets of Aconites.

The rest of the Gardens are charming as their winter starkness is banished by emerging springtime shoots. Winter scented plants such as mahonia, sarcoma and hellebore also make an appearance.

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Manor House

Location : Leiston Road, Middleton, Saxmundham, Suffolk, IP17 3NS

Just over an acre of garden on a triangular plot which was once the northern tip of a medieval green.

Started from a wilderness in 2015 – now an ambulatory garden with seating to enjoy many new tree plantings, borders, meadows and a vegetable garden all created from scratch.

We have focussed on interest for all seasons and there are many winter/spring flowering trees, shrubs and bulbs to enjoy.

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Nowton Park

Location : Bury Road Nowton Bury St Edmunds Suffolk IP29 5LU

Despite being most commonly known for its enormous display of 100,000 daffodils, this park on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds also possesses snowdrops and other wildflowers in their wildflower meadow.

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Thornham Estate

Location : 16, Red House Yard, Gislingham Rd, Eye IP23 8HH

Located in north Suffolk on the River Dove, snowdrops will begin to emerge every new year across the 2000 acres of parkland that make up this grand estate.

In total there are over 12 miles of walkable tracks open to the public as well as a walled garden and a café to provide refreshment after a long countryside walk.

The Henniker-Major family have looked after the site for over 200 years and to this day they ensure the woodland, rivers and meadows are preserved for future generations.

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Don’t forget to check out Snowdrop Walks in Norfolk and Snowdrop Walks in Essex

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