Anglesey Abbey Flower Forecast

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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 Special Places raffle. Click here to find out more.

Latest updates

13 Oct 19

Autumn is coming!

Always a tell tale sign of the season changing, the maple (Acer x freemanii 'Autumn Blaze') on the front drive is gradually turning from the bright greens of summer, to the deeper shades of orange and red in time for Autumn.

The 'Autumn Blaze' tree at Anglesey Abbey

03 Oct 19

Autumn cyclamen

The carpets of autumn cyclamen are now providing a wonderful display along the avenue towards Lode Mill. With delicate pink blooms, and fragrance that is described as being sweet, they offer a final pop of colour before the reds, oranges and yellows of autumn truly set in.

Close up of cyclamen at base of tree

01 Oct 19

Our Dazzling Dahlia celebration may be over...

... but the colour in the Dahlia Border certainly isn't! Luckily, the rain doesn't dull the colour, it makes it more vibrant for photographs. The dahlias are expected to be here until we have the first frost.

The Dahlia garden in the rain at Anglesey Abbey