A world-famous garden home to National Collections and Champion Trees
In flower now at Bodnant Garden
With masses of daisy-like heads these late flowering perennials provide a bright burst of colour in autumn.
Bodnant Garden is home to a National Collection of these are rare, summer flowering shrubs from South America.
Many vines cloak pergolas and walls turning a rich colour in autumn. See if you can spot the fruit on Vitis vinifera purpurea .
Climbing roses are the first to flower, from June, leading a display of David Austin English Roses all summer long on the terraces.
Clematis clamber over walls and pergolas in the upper garden. They bloom from mid spring right through to early autumn.
Hot-coloured dahlias are the jewel in the crown of our formal beds and borders from late summer through autumn.
Mophead and lacecap hydrangeas are everywhere in summer; swathes of blue flowers lighting up the shady riverside in the dells.