Autumn colour in London

From burnished browns and coppers to fiery reds and oranges, there's an abundance of autumn colour to be seen at our spaces and places in London. Unearth an array of sizzling shades on a riverside ramble in Morden Hall Park or whilst pacing through the parterres of Ham House and Garden. Every time you take in our autumn tones, you help us to continue giving nature a home.

A warm glow surrounds the cast iron bridge over the River Wandle in Morden Hall Park, London.

Morden Hall Park 

Escape the city and uncover a seasonal spectacle at Morden Hall Park. Explore lime tree lined avenues bursting into fiery shades of red and orange before taking a riverside ramble bathed in beautiful autumn light. For burnished tones and birds, look no further than the wetlands boardwalk where both can be seen in abundance.

The Ornamental Vegetable Garden at Osterley Park and House, Middlesex, in September, with the Stables seen in the background.

Osterley Park and House 

Catch the glistening golden hues of Alianthus Altissima in the Great Meadow, then stroll through the formal gardens a witness the sultry shades of the Sassafras. The ornamental vegetable beds are also reaching their productive peak and offer a vibrant feast for both the eyes and stomach.

The Cherry Garden in October at Ham House and Garden, Richmond, London. Showing the cotton lavender and statue of Bacchus

Ham House and Garden 

Take a leaf littered stroll through the Hornbeam Arch and unearth a world of autumn colour in the gardens at Ham House. Then proceed through the Cherry Garden where beautiful borders of cotton lavender line the paths before discovering colourful squashes growing in the Kitchen Garden.