10 May 2016

Farndale Daffodils



Farndale is a village on the North York Moors, well known for its daffodil walk. The daffodils at Farndale are miniature ones and stretch all along the riverbank. They are a native plant and bloom from mid-March to late April, which is when the area is at its busiest.


The best way to see the daffodils is to take the 3 ½-mile linear route alongside the River Dove, with the Daffy CafĂ© as a mid-way pit-stop.


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