Anglesey Abbey Flower Forecast

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The gardens are transitioning into a period of quiet ahead of the final weeks of the year. There are still plenty of walks available, please ask at Visitor Reception for the best highlights.

Keep checking back to this page as the Winter Garden begins to flourish, and for information on our snowdrop collection. 

Autumn Colour

With the days getting shorter comes the spectacular display of autumn colour at Anglesey Abbey. With highlights such as the Acer on the front drive, to whole avenues such as Jubilee Avenue, there's colour and texture to be seen throughout the whole garden. 

Use this flower forecast to see the best autumn highlights as the season develops, and where you can pick up the best autumn colour hotspot! 

Picture of 2016 Dahlia Lapel Badge next to a dahlia flower

Support the work in the gardens 

Pick up one of our garden inspired pin badges on your next visit to play your part in keeping Anglesey Abbey's gardens blooming. With three to choose from depending on the time of your visit, use it as a memento from your day spent with us. Badges can be picked up for a suggested £1 donation at various points across the estate. Looking for other way's to support us? Why not take part in the Winter Raffle. Click here to find out more.

Latest updates

07 Nov 19

Atmospheric Autumn

There's something atmospheric about the Wildflower Meadows during the autumn. Throughout the summer, it's a hive of activity with bees and butterflies, but during the autumn, there's a mist in the air with the rich tones of burnt oranges at the forefront. Why not take some time to get some autumn air and stroll through, or take the Circular Route on the map.

Autumn colour found in the Wildflower Meadows

04 Nov 19

Pilgrim's Lawn is full of rich colours

From yellows, oranges right through to the deep reds of this Smoke Bush, Pilgrim's Lawn is a hotspot of autumn colour this November. Be sure to catch it before winter truly sets in!

Autumn colour at Anglesey Abbey

28 Oct 19

Autumn is here!

The clocks have gone back, the days are getting shorter, and autumn is well and truly here at Anglesey Abbey. Key areas such as Pilgrims Lawn, Temple Lawn and the Wildflower Meadows are now draped with burnt oranges and reds, making for a perfect photo opportunity!

Anglesey Abbey during autumn time