The gardens sit in front of the historic 15 metre high Charlton Viaduct, providing an impressive backdrop to the surroundings.
As seen on BBC Gardeners' World, these 3.5 acre gardens were originally created for the workers in the lace factory on the Kilver Court site, Shepton Mallet. They feature a number of highlights including a millpond and ornamental boating lake created over 100 years ago; a reproduction of George Whitelegg's Chelsea Gold Medal winning rockery and a formal parterre created by Roger in the 1990's.
Owned by Mulberry founder and English designer Roger Saul, Kilver Court Gardens and Garden Nursery are housed within the grounds of a regenerated textile mill in the heart of Somerset, which is home to the Kilver Court Designer Village and restaurants.
As part of the Snowdrop Festival Kilver Court is offering Half-Price entry to these restored nineteenth century gardens during the Festival weekend - 14th,15th &16th February 2020.
This isn't a snowdrop garden but it is well worth a visit. Definitely one not to be missed.
Don't forget to check out the Garden Nursery and Wiggly Shed Shop, which will be selling snowdrop planters.