Famous for its autumn colour, this is the season that Sheffield Park and Garden was planted for. Centuries of design and care have created the woods, glades and lakes with their remarkable autumn colours. Pre-booking is essential in 2020.
The autumn landscape at Petworth can be breathtaking. The native oaks and limes have wonderful shapes as well as colours, and they’re interspersed with exotics such as yellow swamp cyprus, flaming yellow and orange acers and vibrant red oaks. It’s an incredible sight.
In the Arts & Crafts garden, plants featured in Morris & Co. designs can be found in the borders and beds. Meanwhile the kitchen garden is at its most productive, providing the cafe with pumpkins, apples and more.
The borders at Nymans are still bursting with colour in autumn. While at the south end of the garden you'll find the South African bed, set in rhythmic patterns and bold drifts.
Visit Uppark this autumn and see the garden turn from lush greens into golds reds and oranges.
Enjoying some autumn colour. Walking the dog. Walking off lunch. Walking the 100 miles of the South Downs Way. Whatever your reasons for stepping out on the South Downs, there’s a route that’s right for you.
The sculptural shapes of bare rhododendron branches frame views of the lakes with mists rising above them in the winter months. There’s still plenty of green in this garden for all seasons. Head down Conifer Walk or spot the giant redwoods for a splash of winter colour.
There's plenty of seasonal colour and scents to enjoy at Nymans with winter-flowering shrubs, including camellias, sweet box, barberry and daphnes.
From the first frosts, winter is a colourful time of year in the garden at Standen. Discover winter flowering plants, sculptural trees and bushes and crisp frosty walks through woodland on the estate.
Enjoy a crisp winter walk with family and friends this festive season. Come on a festive walk and explore the 700 acre parkland landscaped by Capability Brown with a downloadable walk revealing the ancient trees or the views that inspired JMW Turner.