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Langholm DG13 0NZ
Mr and Mrs Neil Ewart
T:013873 70230
Craig snowdrops have evolved over the last 30 or so years. Round the house and policies, a large variety have been planted with a varied flowering season stretching from the start of January until April and peaking mid-February. Large drifts of Leucojum vernum (winter snowflake) have started to naturalise here, and along the riverbank a variety of snowdrops swept down by the river have naturalised in the adjacent woodland, known as the Snowdrop Walk. 

Directions: Craig is three miles from Langholm on the B709 towards Eskdalemuir. The village hall is at Bentpath, one mile further towards Eskdalemuir. 

Sunday 16 February, 12pm - 4pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Kirkandrews Kirk Trust 60%.
By arrangement 9 February - 8 March (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Kirkandrews Kirk Trust 60%.

Other details: The village hall serving teas on Sunday 16 February is at Bentpath - see below. For those wanting to visit in groups by arrangement, to see the earlier or later flowering snowdrops, there is access for minibuses or buses through the raceyard.

The listing location on a map.