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    JJGEE
    JJGEE  96280 forum posts England18 Constructive Critique Points
    31 Dec 2007 - 5:34 PM

    Has anyone visited during their "Snowdrop Season" ?
    I believe it is quite spectacular and well worth a visit.

    I have visited once before, in the summer, but that was on an arranged photography seminar so tripods etc. were OK but any experiences from anyone regarding this for general public access.

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    Big Bri
    Big Bri  1315557 forum posts England
    31 Dec 2007 - 9:49 PM

    Nope. When I lived in Stroud I went there once in the rain and found it closed.....

    Do you think it's somewhere kids would like ?

    cattyal
    cattyal e2 Member 96030 forum postscattyal vcard England6 Constructive Critique Points
    31 Dec 2007 - 10:13 PM

    I've never visited during Snowdrop season but do go fairly regularly throughout the spring and summer. It's always a good place to visit with a good variety of interest - woody bits, flowery bits, follies and plenty of room for everyone - I dare say you've seen this on the website though.

    I even came across a deer once there - that was a bit of a bonus!

    I'll certainly be going back in 2008 - not only are there the Rococco Gardens but Painswick down the road with the churchyard full of yew trees.

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    Hoffy
    Hoffy  9212 forum posts England16 Constructive Critique Points
    1 Jan 2008 - 9:44 PM

    It is very good for snow drops, but then you have the big problem. to many people.
    You need to get there very early.

    Glostopcat
    Glostopcat e2 Member 8232 forum postsGlostopcat vcard England2 Constructive Critique Points
    10 Jan 2008 - 5:57 PM

    The best time to see the snowdrops is around mid February time. The garden is open from today onwards. You can however see some snowdrops in that area for free and get some reasonable shots of them, as there are lots growing on the banks at the side of the A46 between Pitchcombe and Stroud.

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