The best places to view bluebells in Cheshire
PUBLISHED: 06:59 10 April 2020
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Bluebell Cottage, Dutton, Weaver Vale
A wonderful woodland bluebell spread, owned and looked after by former BBC Gardener of the Year, Sue Beesley.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust nature reserves
The Trust’s woodland reserves, many of which are 400-year old ancient woodlands, boast carpets of bluebells and other spring wildflowers.
Rode Hall, Alsager
Every the Old Wood is taken over by a carpet of lilac haze. The estate’s delightful bluebell walk is one of the best in the county.
The annual Bluebell Walks bring in quite a crowd. Here visitors are taken on a guided tour through the estates aptly named Big Wood where paths take you through the scenic delights of glade upon glade of these stunning wildflowers.
As the flowers in the Winter Garden begin to fail, bluebells replace them and provide a fine foreground meadow, while behind them standing resplendent through the trees, glimpses of the Manor House complete a picture postcard view.
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