BODNANT Garden’s prized collection of rhododendrons and azaleas are currently putting on a dazzling display in Conwy.

With five “National Collections” at Bodnant including Rhododendron forrestii and Bodnant Rhododendron Hybrids, flowering alongside tulips, viburnum, the Himalayan Blue Poppy and the Firebush of the Andes, there is no shortage of vibrant blooms.


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North Wales Pioneer: Spring at Bodnant GardenSpring at Bodnant Garden (Image: National Trust Images/Paul Harris)

This year, Bodnant Garden celebrates 150 years since it was bought at auction by Victorian industrialist Henry Davis Pochin in 1874.

During the decades that have followed, generations of the Pochin and McLaren family, together with the expertise and knowledge of their head gardeners, continued to create and care for the rainbow displays of seasonal colour that are still enjoyed today.

Bodnant Garden is open every day - to plan a visit, visit National Trust Cymru’s website.