Despite the colder weather snowdrops are thriving in pastures, woods and gardens across Suffolk as we head into February. 

The National Trust revealed that Ickworth Estate is among the best places to see snowdrops this winter. 

However the 'milk flower' can be found in many different areas in the county. 

Here are five more places to see snowdrops this spring. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Kentwell Hall host Snowdrop Days through FebruaryKentwell Hall host Snowdrop Days through February (Image: Newsquest)

1. Kentwell Hall

Where: High Street, Long Melford, Sudbury CO10 9BA

The Tudor Hall is a great place to see a wide range of flowers.

In February half term the estate will be holding Snowdrop Days for visitors to see the white flowers and bursts of colours throughout the gardens. 

Younger visitors can enjoy a storybook trail, the Yew Castle and the Tudor Rose Courtyard Maze. 

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East Anglian Daily Times: Fullers Mill has more than 100 varieties of snowdropsFullers Mill has more than 100 varieties of snowdrops (Image: Phil Morley)

2. Fullers Mill Garden

Where: West Stow, Bury St Edmunds IP28 6HD

At Fullers Mill Garden you can see more than 100 varieties of snowdrops. 

The gardens are open on Wednesdays and Fridays during February for snowdrop days before opening for the season in April.

There will be expert speakers sharing their knowledge as well as offering a selection of plants for sale. 

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3. Daws Hall Nature Reserve

Where: Henny Road, Bures CO8 5EX

Daws Hall Nature Reserve is closed to the public for most of the year but there are open days and opportunities to visit the site throughout the year. 

In February the highlight for visitors is the carpet of snowdrops throughout the site. 

The reserve will be open on Sundays to see the winter flowers. 

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East Anglian Daily Times: Bradfield Woods is 70 hectares in sizeBradfield Woods is 70 hectares in size (Image: Phil Morley)

4. Bradfield Woods Nature Reserve

Where: Felsham Road, Bradfield St George, Bury St Edmunds IP20 0AQ

There are five miles of trail in total in the woodland to explore and see the snow drops. 

The trails available differ in length so you can enjoy an easy afternoon stroll or the challenge of a long day walk. 

Snowdrops grow throughout the woodland areas and it is only 15 minutes from Bury St Edmunds. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The park is open everyday through SpringThe park is open everyday through Spring (Image: Denise Bradley)

5. Chippenham Park Gardens

Where: Chippenham Hall, Newmarket CB7 5PT

Located on the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire border, Chippenham Park is open everyday through the rest of winter and spring to see snowdrops. 

Once the snowdrop season ends the flowers will be replaced with vibrant yellow daffodils soon after. 

Dogs are welcome in the gardens but must be kept on a lead.