The garden at Ormesby Hall
Enjoy the spectacle of autumn as the air turns cooler and a kaleidoscope of colour cascades across the garden and woodland as the seasons change.
Jumping in crunchy leaves and discovering shiny conkers - autumn is here for us all to embrace. Take a walk through the formal garden to see a rainbow of colours, from bright oranges, radiant reds and glistening yellows to the ruby and gold tones of the trees.
There are many hidden spots in the garden, which capture the beauty of autumn and offer a place of peace and relaxation.
Winter is a great time to see a garden. It is the time when the shape of the garden can be fully seen. The infrastructure and the design is laid out as the bare bones of the garden.
While many of the herbaceous plants will be sleeping through the winter, many plants will be left with seed heads providing winter food for birds, hollow stems which provide architectural interest as well as safe haven for the important overwintering insects. Cobwebs and frost cling to these last standing plants providing beauty in miniature and wonderful photo opportunities. The spring garden is the first area to come alive, starting with snowdrops and the crocus announcing the end of winter and signs of warmer weather to come.