A five-acre garden will be open to the public this weekend to show off 350 different varieties of snowdrops.

Gardeners, volunteers, and family members at Tudor Croft, Guisborough, have been working hard in challenging conditions to make sure that the garden looks at its best to welcome visitors.

It will be open on Saturday and Sunday, February 10 and 11, and again the following weekend, from 11am until 3pm.

Darlington and Stockton Times: Mike Heagney's Tudor Croft gardens contain 350 varieties of snowdrops

The garden features a special collection of some 350 different varieties of snowdrops, some rare and hard to obtain. Many will be on sale, plus other spring flowers.

The Heagney family has lived at Tudor Croft since the 1930s, and Mike Heagney has filled the five-acre site with trees, shrubs, and flowers, including snowdrops, from across the globe, all labelled and catalogued.

Free parking will be available for visitors, weather permitting, which will be signposted and supervised. Admission is £10, and children can get in free. There will be tea/coffee, home-made soup, and cakes, with proceeds going to charities.