Daffodils at the RHS Gardens

Beside the lake, beneath the trees, fluttering and dancing in the breeze... Enjoy the spectacle of thousands of daffodils in bloom at RHS Gardens

RHS Garden Rosemoor


A mass of glorious daffodils, spilling from pots, flowing through borders and dancing in the meadow areas, marks the start of spring at Rosemoor.

In recent years, the garden team have planted thousands of additional daffodil bulbs, including 2,000 of our namesake Narcissus ‘Rosemoor Gold’ in Lady Anne’s Garden. Other daffodil hotspots include the Lake, Stream Garden, Winter Garden and Lady Anne’s Arboretum.

Enjoy our Spring Flower Show, 9–10 March 2024 >

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RHS Garden Hyde Hall


Enjoy joyful drifts of daffodils blooming throughout Hyde Hall. Swathes of daffodils line the approach to the garden, offering a cheerful greeting.

Elsewhere, daffodils smother the bulb bank of the Queen Mother’s Garden and are the stars of spring in the Hilltop Garden, Robinson Garden and Floral Fantasia display. Don’t miss the Daffodil Show on 20–21 March 2024 and be wowed by hundreds of beautiful cut blooms.

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RHS Garden Harlow Carr

North Yorkshire

An uplifting spring welcome awaits you at Harlow Carr. The garden team have planted 22,000 daffodil bulbs on the approach to the garden, creating a glowing ‘golden mile’.
Within the garden, bask in the colour and scent of more than 70,000 daffodils – across 70 different Narcissus species and cultivars. The best places to admire daffodils are along the Woodland edge, around the Queen Mother’s Lake, in the Kitchen Garden and Alpine House.

Join us for our Spring Garden Weekend, 12–14 April >

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RHS Garden Wisley


There are daffodils to delight everyone at Wisley – from the golden sea of naturalised Narcissus bulbocodium in the Alpine Meadow, to generous drifts throughout Seven Acres.

Recent plantings of cheerful Cyclamineus Group daffodils light up the Pinetum, creating a carpet of colour under the majestic pines, and in Oakwood, there are new plantings of historic daffodils to discover, including ‘Rip van Winkle’, an heirloom double dating from before 1884.

Visit the RHS Daffodil Show at RHS Wisley, 9–10 April 2024 >

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RHS Garden Bridgewater

Greater Manchester

A wave of colour spreads across the garden in spring courtesy of nearly 50,000 bulbs planted over the last two years. In the Orchard, more than 8,000 daffodils were planted last autumn and are starting to emerge ready to flower for the first time.

Other spring bulb hotspots include the Long Borders, where pastel coloured tulips and cream daffodils harmonise to great effect. Head to the Bee and Butterfly Garden to relax in a sunny spot surrounded by pots bursting with daffodils, hyacinths and Muscari.

Visit our Spring Plant Fair, 6–7 April >

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