From Discover Scottish Gardens:

The Scottish Snowdrop Festival is back, sharing fantastic events throughout Winter across Scotland. The festival runs from 25 January to 11 March and due to the current Government restrictions, will feature a mix of in-person and self-led events for all to enjoy.

https://www.discoverscottishgardens.org/snowdrop-festival/ 

Perthshire sites this year include:

Scone Palace

A Celebration of Snowdrops 2023 (Friday - Sunday)
3 February 2023 - 10:00 to 10 March 2023 - 15:00
Come and enjoy the snowdrop display in the magnificent grounds of the historical Scone Palace. Follow a guided walk that takes you through the Friars’ Den, past the Murray Star Maze, underneath giant Douglas Fir pine trees then finishing with stunning display on the old drive- an avenue of lime trees.
Admission is free!

Sunday 26th February - Scotland's Garden Scheme Snowdrop Charity Day.

On this day we will ask for a suggested donation of £5.00 per person. All proceeds will go to the scheme who in turn support the following charities:

Queen's Nursing Institute https://qni.org.uk/

Maggies https://www.maggies.org/

Perennial https://perennial.org.uk/

Cluny House Gardens

Snowdrops, companion plants and red squirrels

11 February 2023 - 9:00 to 11 March 2023 - 18:00

A lovely time to visit Cluny with delightful drifts of snowdrops interspersed with early hellebores and primulas, bright yellow aconites, cyclamen and snowflakes. Red Squirrels can appear anywhere but are easily photographed at the feeders between 0900 & 1030 in the mornings. Many species of woodland birds also frequent the garden and some will be in full voice with early spring songs.
There will be a few plants for sale.

Please be aware that the access road to Cluny may be icy or snowy in the latter half of February.

Admission is £5.