Raveningham Gardens’ Spring Flowers Weeks are from Monday 1 May to Friday 19 May, open 11am to 4pm (closed all Saturdays and Sundays).
Enjoy the array of spring flowers on the meadow: ox eye daisies, birds foot trefoil, pink campion, cowslips, meadow buttercup, sorrel, ragged robin, snakeshead fritillaries and yellow rattle on the wild flower meadow and enjoy late bulbs including tulips, forsythia and pulmonaria in the garden.
The 18th century Walled Kitchen Garden with its large glasshouses and Raveningham’s 14th century church will be open and visitors will also be able to enjoy views across the lake established at the turn of the Millennium and the contemporary sculpture in the gardens.
Garden entry is adult £5, concessions £4.50 and under 16 free. The Tearoom is open when the garden is open. Dogs on leads are welcome. T. 01508 548480 www.raveningham.com.
Raveningham Gardens (NR14 6NS) is 10 miles south east of Norwich, signposted off the A146 at Hales, then B1136.