It's a family affair... planting snowdrops

25 March 2014


Well done to all the Park visitors from around the world, young and old, who helped plant thousands of snowdrops at our public planting day in Hyde Park on 22 March 2014.

Accompanied by gardeners from The Royal Parks, you used trowels, dibbers, spades and even dodged worms to get muddy and help complete the challenge of planting 100,000 snowdrops in one month.

Visitors roll up their sleeves and get planting!These snowdrops will provide beautiful flora for Park visitors and an early source of pollen for bees and insects every January to March, for many years to come.

This day was part of Green Fingers in the Park, which is only made possible by the fantastic fundraising efforts of all our supporters. Thank you!

Tags: , ,

Add a comment

Your email address will not appear on the site
(Tick to hide your name when this comment appears on the site)

Hello there.

We've having a problem with spam. Sorry to ask, but to prove you're not a robot, please type my name in the box below.

Thanks so much!

Please wait...

Royal Parks Foundation on Twitter

  • Loading latest tweets...