Snowdrops at Rococo Garden

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  1. I’m so glad that Emily enjoyed it in the end. Must be amazing to see the sea of snowdrops. We have clumps in the hedgerow, but nothing like this scale. They are so pretty close up too. Emily’s description of the snowdrops dancing is the sweetest. What a wonderful 2 hours. #CountryKids

  2. Anne says:

    It looks so lovely, I love all your photos. I’ve seen people post so many photos of snowdrops I really must go out and find some for myself. #CountryKids

  3. Coombe Mill says:

    It looks like you both had a wonderful time exploring Rococo Garden, It really does look beautiful there! I’m amazed by the amount of snowdrops there, the swaths in the backgrounds of your photos of Emily really are gorgeous. It’s great that after all her arguing and complaining Emily had a fab day and even wants to go back with Freyja too, I’m sure this will become a firm family favourite.

    Thanks for linking up with me on #CountryKids.

  4. I love snowdrops and that garden looks like a lovely place to visit this time of the year. How lucky that you guys live nearby. Beautiful captures too 🙂 #countrykids

  5. That looks like a great place to explore, with lots to see. Think I’ll have to see if it’s doable from here later in the year #CountryKids

  6. This looks like a wonderful place to visit! I love the splashes of colour from the crocuses against the carpet of snowdrops, spring is definitely starting to show!

  7. MrsS says:

    I love Snowdrops too…a real reminder to me that Spring is on its way. Looks a really lovely place for visit, and little ones always love it once you have got them out and about. Thanks for sharing #CountryKids

  8. Emma T says:

    This looks like a lovely gardens to explore. I love the little buildings too. #countrykids

  9. Sonia Cave says:

    What a beautiful and fun place to go and explore. Really ready for spring to emerge here now!! #countrykidsfun

  10. You should definately do a rococo through the seasons posts to show the pictures and how it’s changed!! Try and take a couple of photos in the same place! Those dancing snow drops surely look beautiful! DO they have bluebells too, I love it when these start to come out! #countrykids

  11. What an absolutely stunning garden. Those carpets of snowdrops are amazing. I’ve only seen the odd few around here. Your photos are brilliant.

    #countrykids

  12. Helena says:

    Sounds like a lovely day out. Nature sure is beautiful from the roots of trees to snowdrops. #CountryKids

  13. What a beautiful garden to explore. Love all the buildings and the way they were transformed into castles thanks to Emily’s imagination. The snowdrops are gorgeous. I never realised there were so many different kinds. Lovely to see daffodils and crocuses out as well 🙂 #countrykids

  14. Lauren M says:

    It looks lovely, I bet it looks amazing in the spring and summer. I’ve managed to miss the snowdrops this year, I love to see them. Definitely somewhere that I’d love to explore next time we’re over that way. #CountryKids

  1. May 1, 2017

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    […] visited Rococo Garden in Painswick earlier in the year to see the snowdrops. I knew then that we would have to return to see the bluebells later in the year. We went back […]

  2. February 16, 2018

    […] time last year, Emily and I visited Rococo Garden in Painswick for the first time. I had heard that the snowdrops there were really impressive, and I wasn’t disappointed. […]

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