Daffodils at Wisley

As spring takes hold at RHS Garden Wisley enjoy our spectacular displays of golden daffodils

Embrace the arrival of spring at RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey. As the days get warmer, the garden is bursting with colour from thousands of daffodils coming into bloom – making the perfect setting for a springtime stroll.

Enjoy daffodils at Wisley

There are daffodils to delight everyone at Wisley – from naturalised Narcissus in the Alpine Meadow, to generous drifts in Seven Acres, Oakwood and the Jubilee Arboretum.

New plantings of daffodils light up the Pinetum – 35,000 bulbs were planted in 2019, including Narcissus ‘February Gold’, N. ‘Jack Snipe’ and N. ‘Jenny’, creating a carpet of spring colour under the majestic pines.

The Alpine Meadow becomes a sea of golden yellow from the delicate and distinctive flowerheads of hoop petticoat daffodil (Narcissus bulbocodium). Sprinkled throughout are the light purple flowers of dog’s tooth violet (Erythronium dens-canis) and graceful snake’s head fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris).

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