Autumn creeps into The Argory
The colour palette at The Argory is changing and autumn is taking hold. Come an investigate the many species of funghi popping their heads up all over the estate and check out the changing aspect of our trees as they start to lose their leaves once again.
It's that time of year when we all have to get back into our routine after the summer break.
Come let the breeze blow in your hair as you relax and stroll around The Argory.
As you make your way along the boardwalk keep your eyes open for the Mouse Ear Bracket funghi, about half way down.
Spot the sweet chestnuts way up high in the branches and take note to return when they have all fallen on the ground, the kids will love that.
Another species of funghi to look out for would be the Common Bonnet, and these can be found along Lady Ada's Walk.
Please make sure if letting the children forage for funghi that they understand the 'look but don't touch rule', as many species are poisonous.
Make the most of your free time
If you would like to learn more about the estate and the many different species of funghi and plant life you should visit on a Sunday and check in with visitor reception to see if there are any guided walks that day with our VE Ranger Tracey Dobson.
Check out our full programme of events within our Mid Ulster properties on our website.