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Spring at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
Darling Daffodil Walks at Leeds Castle in Kent
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Darling Daffodil Walks

Peaceful moments spent in awe of cheerful daffodils fluttering in the breeze, and acres of grounds amassed in glorious golden yellow, signals that start of spring.

As the spring sunshine starts to make its appearance, why not head to Leeds Castle for a self-led stroll around the beautiful gardens and parkland.

The daffodils will be sure to dazzle the eye with blankets and clusters of vibrant colour to be discovered, which will no doubt add a cheery spring to your step.

Your Daffodil Adventure Starts HereDownload the Darling Daffodils Map

Did you know?  

  • There are at least 25 different daffodil species and up to 13,000 hybrids
  • Daffodils are the national flower of Wales
  • Daffodils belong to the genus Narcissus in the Amaryllidaceae family, similarly to snowdrops
  • Most popular Daffodil is the Yellow Trumpet
  • The correct term for a Daffodil’s trumpet or central cone is Corona!
  • In ancient Rome, Daffodils were used as a healing plant. They extracted the sap to deal with their health problems