Tell us about wild flowers and colourful displays of early spring blooms in the countryside and gardens open to the public
We want to hear about great places you’ve enjoyed spring flowers in the UK. You might have been out for a walk or cycle and come across clusters of crocuses, primroses, wood anenomes or celandines. And which park, National Trust, English Heritage or other publicly accessible gardens do you know that shows off great early spring blooms?
Tell us about your discoveries, including details of walking or cycling routes and great viewpoints. Bluebells won’t be in bloom until mid-April on the whole, so it’s earlier spring flowers we’d like tips on.
Please include exact locations, any websites and helpful information for visitors. Try to keep your tip to 100 words. You must be a UK resident to enter this competition
Photographs are welcome but it is the text that our judges will consider. If you do send photographs please ensure you are the copyright holder.
The best tips will appear on the Guardian Travel website and may also appear in print in Guardian Travel. The winner, chosen by Tom Hall of Lonely Planet, will receive a £200 hotel voucher from UK.hotels.com.