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Scottish Snowdrop Festival By Kayleigh Speirs 2W1

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on 27 March 2014

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Transcript of Scottish Snowdrop Festival By Kayleigh Speirs 2W1

 As part of Homecoming Scotland, Visit Scotland is working with Scotland's Gardens and Cambo Estate to present the 2014 Scottish Snowdrop Festival which runs from 1 February to 16 March.
 It features at least 53 venues.
 They will display hundreds of varieties of this delicate white flower.

 Snowdrops are very versatile and this is reflected in the regional spread of gardens and places taking part.
Many of the gardens are opening especially for the festival, including both private collections and places which are usually closed in winter.
Growing in size each year, this year's festival includes eight new places to visit.
 Taking part for the first time are Rossie House and the town of Coupar Angus in Perthshire, Bruckhills Croft in Aberdeenshire, Brooklands and Craichlaw in Dumfries & Galloway, Lindores House in The Kingdom of Fife, Islay Estate in Argyll & The Isles and West Plean House in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley.

 Some venues, including the National Trust for Scotland property Greenbank Garden in Glasgow, offer the chance to warm up with a cup of tea and a snack once you’ve ambled around the garden, and even purchase bulbs and gifts.
 This evening spectacular amongst the snowdrop woodlands will invite you to don a head torch and be led through a magical glen of light featuring kinetic and sound sculptures!
 As a general rule, snowdrops arrive two weeks earlier in the Scottish Borders and Dumfries & Galloway than in the east of Scotland and those growing further north and/or on higher ground can be later still.
 Explore Scotland’s gardens and woodlands this winter with the Scottish Snowdrop Festival and you'll experience magical brilliant moments to treasure forever.
Thank You For Watching My Prezi.
1st February-
16th March
1st Time!
Some of the technology used to advertise
the event are:
Homecoming Scotland, official site
Adverts on websites
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