There are several plants in flower including Hamamelis mollis, Crocus tommasinianus, Primroses, Snowdrops and Mahonia.
Two early flowering Rhododenrons are looking good in the sunlight:-
Rhododendron ririei, an early flowering mauve species introduced by Ernest Wilson and Rhododendron Nobleanum a hybrid between Rh. arboreum and Rh.caucasicum.
The narcissus cyclamineus will soon be in flower and there is a plenlty of flower bud on the magnolias promising a fine display.
High Beeches Garden is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the planting of a number of plants by Col Giles Loder in 1914. There will be a Centenary Breakfast on Saturday 17th May followed by a tour of the centenary plants led by the Curator and Gardener in Charge. For more details call 01444 401589.
The garden opens on Saturday 15th March.