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Snowdrop Festival 2016

In association with VisitScotland and Cambo Estate, the 2016 Scottish Snowdrop Festival will run from 30 January to 13 March.

With over 60 venues taking part, many of which are free to visit, you're sure to experience brilliant moments full of winter beauty. The gardens provide some fabulous spectacles of white carpets and collections of unusual snowdrop species.

The following properties will be opening and most will be participating in the Snowdrop Festival.

Further details on each of these are available by clicking the links below and also in our 2016 Guidebook, available to order online and in bookshops.

Aberdeenshire - Bruckhills Croft

Angus & Dundee - Lawton House, Pitmuies Gardens

Ayrshire - Blair House, Blair Estate, Craigengillen Estate &

Dark Sky Observatory, Grougarbank House

Dumfriesshire - Barjarg Tower, Craig

East Lothian - Shepherd House

Fife - Lindores House

Snowdrops at Bruckhills Croft, Aberdeenshire

Kincardine & Deeside - Ecclesgrieg Castle

Kirkcudbrightshire - Brooklands, Danevale Park

Lanarkshire - Cleghorn

Moray & Nairn - 10 Pilmuir Road West

Peeblesshire - Dawyck Botanic Garden, Kailzie Gardens

Perth & Kinross - Braco Castle, Cluny House, Kilgraston School

Snowdrops at Kailzie Gardens, Peeblesshire

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Renfrewshire - Ardgowan

Ross, Cromarty, Skye & Inverness - Abriachan Garden Nursery, Dunvegan Castle & Gardens

Stirlingshire - Duntreath Castle, Gargunnock House Garden, Tamano, The Linns, West Plean House

Wigtownshire - Castle Kennedy, Craichlaw, Dunskey Garden and Maze, Kirroughtree, Logan Botanic Garden

Snowdrop at Castle Kennedy, Wigtownshire

We always like to hear about new snowdrop gardens. Please get in touch if you have a great display and would consider opening in 2017.