Hyde Hall in winter

See our selection of highlights from RHS Garden Hyde Hall in winter

Our new Winter Garden is a celebration of the delights of winter with its radiant stems and leaves, peeling barks and dazzling berries, plus a trial of around 100 different types of Cornus (dogwood). Wrap up well and bring the whole family to enjoy the winter sunshine

The gardens and panoramic views on offer at Hyde Hall take on another dimension when they are touched by a wintry frost. Don't forget your camera!

If you've never seen RHS Garden Hyde Hall cloaked in snow, come along and enjoy – every view takes on a different character under a wintry white blanket. Afterwards warm up with a hearty soup in the Barn Restaurant

There's still so much to explore in the garden over the winter – look out for frost-touched blooms, hellebores with their cup-shaped flowers, colourful winter stems on cornus and the lake reflecting a clear blue winter sky

The Modern Courtyard Gardens provides a sheltered spot within the garden. The close planting of a few species creates precise blocks, interspersed with weeping, willow-leaved pear, Pyrus salicifolia var. orientalis ‘Pendula’

The Australian and New Zealand Garden holds plenty of shape and interest in winter, while views over the surrounding estate continue to delight. And remember to look out for the beautiful spidery, fragrant flowers of Hamamelis (witch hazel)

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