These Daffodils are a variety known as Narcissus ‘Tete-a-tete’ in the parterres of The Queen Elizabeth Walled Garden.
These daffodils atr adjacent to The Doocot, one of the estate's oldest buildings that was refurbished by students of The Prince's Foundation's Building Craft Programme in 2014.
Here you can see some Anemone blanda flowering in the herb garden within The Queen Elizabeth Walled Garden.
Aspidistra elatior in flower within The Queen Elizabeth Walled Garden display house. The star-shaped flowers are pollinated by snails and slugs and appear at the base of the plant
Prunus persica var. nectarine `Madame Blanchet`.
The flowering shrub Cornus Mas can be found in the woodland garden and adjacent to The Health and Wellbeing Centre.
And this is Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Aphrodite’ (a type of witch hazel) can be found in the woodland garden and at The Health and Wellbeing Centre.