I was lucky enough to visit the Confetti Fields this summer. I have been wanting to go after seeing lots of glorious photos on social media last year. The fields are only open for a few days just before they harvest the flowers. This is usually at the end of July.
A Photographers Dream
The fields are popular so we did expect crowds but it was very busy! There is a £5 entrance fee, toilets, a pop up tea room and flowers to buy. There were many people there in their best clothes having their photos taken and ladies in flowing white dresses running towards the camera in self styled Instagram photos yet it still didn’t spoil it for us! You need only an hour here but the fields are glorious and there seemed to be room for everyone.
I thought I’d just share photos with you. No words are really needed to be honest!
I hope you enjoyed this post.
I would recommend visiting the Confetti fields although it will have to be next year now. You have to see the flowers with your own eyes to really appreciate them; just expect to have to share them with everyone, their friend and their photographer!
A blog about the renovation of our old house and it’s garden in the English countryside. I also blog about interiors, general gardening tips and visits to glorious gardens.