Seasonal highlights at Glendurgan
As well as a stunning display of autumn colour, the garden also offers some more unusual sights and scents at this time of year.
Here we've chosen a selection of highlights to look out for.
Katsura tree, Cercidiphyllum japonicum
The Katsura tree originates from Japan and has a lovely bright autumn colour in October. Its leaves also give off an intriguing candyfloss scent and it can be found on the path between the boat seat and the maze.
In autumn these magnificent trees develop bright red seed pods, which stand out amongst the large green leaves and are a very unusual sight.
Dogwood, Cornus kousa
This tree at the end of the Camellia Walk offers edible lychee-like fruits in autumn and the leaves turn a mixture of lovely rich colours including red and burgundy.
Tulip tree, Liriodendron tulipifera
This giant tree is one of the oldest trees in the garden and has amazing autumn colour in October. Its lovely yellow leaves will brighten up the garden, even on a dull day.
What other highlights will you discover on a visit this autumn?