'Bluebell Barometer' - Level 4 (updated 22 April - 21:00)
Large swathes of the bluebells are now in full flower whilst in some areas further blooms will continue to emerge. The bluebell woods are looking wonderful now, so don't delay in coming to see them. Peak bloom is due in a few days time.
Visitors on the woodland walk can also enjoy the large swaths of shimmering
silver white wild garlic in Garlic Valley.
Our barometer index scale marked 1-4 gives visitors up to date information on
how the bluebells are progressing.
Over the last few seasons the peak date for the bluebells at Hole Park has
been as follows:
2014 17 April
If you plan to Visit Kent in spring please note Hole
Park Gardens will be open to visitors from 14
Level one - plants are not
showing any flower
Level two - flower buds are now
Level three - bluebells in the
sun are now in flower
Level four - bluebells
throughout the garden and woodland are now at their peak
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