A celebration of trees in Wales this autumn

Spread the love -  a child hugging a giant redwood at Bodnant Garden

This autumn, we’re showing our appreciation of trees and celebrating the majestic monoliths – and small sweet stellars - that stand tall at our special places.

It’s hard to imagine autumn without trees.

No dazzling russet and gold landscapes, no crunchy woodland carpets laid out for long strides in laced-up boots and no orchards bursting with fruit carrying their sweet scent in the cool autumn air.

Join our autumn tree celebrations in Wales under a changing canopy of colour across our special places. There's no doubt the pillars of our countryside estates and glorious gardens are #treemendous.

Let's hear it for trees!

Two women walking between Erddig's autumnal golden pleached lime trees

Dazzling displays  

Discover a rich and varied landscape as our trees transform our stunning parks and gardens around Wales.

Fallow deer graze in the deer park as the sun shines through the overlooking trees

Dinefwr, Llandeilo 

Celebrate the arrival of autumn with a visit to ancient woodland and discover a deer park that dates back to the dark ages.

 

From the ancient oaks to emerging saplings, shortlisted champions to carefully restored arboretums, wrap up warm, enjoy the cool crisp air and visit our top trees around Wales this autumn.

Gardener cutting the 14m high yew hedge from hydraulic cherry picker. Powis Castle and Garden, Powys, Wales

Powis extreme gardening 

Look how the Powis Castle gardeners keep the famous yew tumps in tip-top condition. It is no easy feat - the gardener spends about 10 weeks in the air on a hydraulic cherry-picker to trim the 14m high hedges.

Dazzling days