Daffodil Day at Hartland Abbey
Daffodil Day is a wonderful chance to get out with your family or friends to see our large collection of historic daffodils, many planted 150 years ago by our ancestors. Recently more have been transplanted from Grenville College, former family home until 1950. Our spring flower days are really good fun days out for everyone including the children and dogs.
Visitors will be able to see not only the daffodils but also lots of camellias, hellebores, early spring bulbs, mimosas and our lovely wild primroses and violets. Enjoy walking along stunning woodland paths through wildflowers to the Walled Gardens, Gazebo and the restored Woodland Summer House, hidden since 1945, with its welcoming log fire.
Dogs are really welcome on leads but there will be plenty of space to let them run free as well.
Visitors are advised to bring wellies!