National Trust Scotland prepares for snowdrop festival

Properties owned by the National Trust for Scotland will be taking part in this year’s Snowdrop Festival next month.

Over 50 gardens around Scotland will be taking part in the event from 2 February to 17 March, showcasing their snowdrop areas to visitors.

Gardens with notable snowdrop areas taking part include Gardens Crathes Castle, Culzean Castle and Country Park, Greenbank Garden, Hill of Tarvit, and House of Dun.

Other sites include Arduaine Garden, Broughton House, House of the Binns, Newhailes and The Hermitage near Dunkeld in Perthshire.


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