The garden at Rydal Mount was created by the poet William Wordsworth and his family. They lived there from 1813 until his death in 1850. There is no doubt that the beautiful setting in the heart of the Lake District influenced the design and planting of the garden and the poetry that William Wordsworth is famous for.
Dora’s Field in Rydal is probably the most famous spot in the entire UK for daffodils.
It’s where the poet Wordsworth and his wife planted the beautiful spring bulbs in memory of their daughter Dora.
These daffodils are a beautiful variety with creamy white petals and a yellow trumpet.