Kent’s most Instagrammable spring spots

So, the sun is starting to make an appearance and the warmer days are just around the corner, with it is the chance to see the stunning spring flowers starting to decorated the countryside and where better to take your Instagram pictures this spring than here in the Garden of England?

Whether your Instagram feed is pretty pinks with cherry blossoms or bright blues with bluebells, here in Kent we are truly spoilt for choice for picture-perfect spots with our beautiful flowers.

Don’t forget whilst posting your picture use #VisitKent for your chance to be featured on our Instagram channel.

Blooming blossom

Now what says spring on your Instagram page better than a pretty picture of the cherry blossoms? From the beautiful flowers decorating the streets to Kent’s very own Hanami Festival at the wonderful Brogdale Collections. Enjoy traditional Japanese entertainment, and for that picture perfect, snap why not book the picnic under the blossom experience? #Cherryblossom

Dazzling daffodils

For an Instagram post fit for royalty Hever Castle has got to be the spot to discover daffodils, this year you have the chance to see a rare double daffodil, a pretty flower rarely seen growing in the wild in the UK. So wither it’s the double daffodil that you snap away at or the 14,000 daffodils decorating the castle you are sure to get the best angle of these flowers. #Daffodils

Glorious gardens

Whilst exploring the cobbled streets of Canterbury city centre you may be surprised to discover a beautiful garden hidden near the Westgate Towers. For people in the know this location is not one to be missed. Whether you are enjoying the flowers from a punt along the river or exploring by foot you are sure to discover a beautiful flower or two. #Westgategardens

Abundant allium 

This plant may be known as an ornamental onion but the showy flower heads are impressive in any garden, with a range of shades from blue to yellow and purple to white. At Belmont House and Garden you can see the pretty purple flower decorating the path. #Alliumgiganteum

Captivating cactus 

Looking for more of an earthy Instagram feed? Head to Quex Park and get snapping away in their fabulous greenhouse. With their colourful cacti and enough green plants for a whole months’ worth of posts. #Greenhouselife

Beautiful bluebells

Known for being one of the nation’s best loved wild flowers, bluebells are known for decorating our woodlands, not forgetting some of Kent’s must loved attractions. Spot bluebells at the wonderful Smallhythe Place, a sure way to fill your feed up with bright blues and get into the mood for spring. #Bloomingbluebells

Wonderful wisteria

An Instagram hotspot in the market town of Tonbridge is the magnificent Tonbridge castle with wisteria decorating the walls and a carpet of daffodils lining the ground. This hidden spot in Kent is perfect for a selfie or two. #Wisteriahysteria