Anglesey Abbey Flower Forecast

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During these difficult times we know that many of you are finding comfort and a connection to nature through images and film from our gardens.

We’ll be regularly updating this page with the latest highlights from the garden, plus some top tips from our garden team as they carry out their essential tasks to care for our historic Grade I listed gardens.

Download your copy of the 2020 Dahlia Border plan Click here

Latest updates

20 Jul 20

The Dahlia Border is open!

The Dahlia Border is now open for 2020! The colour is still coming through, but we know how much everyone loves being able to look at the various shapes, sizes and colours as the flowers come through. To download a copy of the plan, please find a link at the top of this page. Did you know by downloading a plan, you're not only helping the environment, but also helping us conserve vital funds which go straight back towards the care of this special place? Thank you.

The Dahlia Border is now open for 2020

23 Jun 20

Wildflower Power

The Wildflower Meadow areas are starting to look fantastic – the Orchid spotters and Lepidopterists out there should be able to enjoy a good display of Spotted Orchids and the occasional Bee and Pyramid Orchids too, especially as the Knapweed encourages all the butterflies in. Ladies bedstraw, Birds foot trefoil and Agrimony are all easily spotted too.

The Wildflower Meadows at Anglesey Abbey with the house in the background.

25 May 20

First Flush of roses

With the warm weather we’re seeing the first flush of roses appear. This gorgeous deep red one is ‘Charlotte’.

Charlotte Rose