Three Beautiful Gardens to Visit During the Autumn and Winter

At this time of year, gardeners start to prepare the garden for the winter – from protecting plants to ensure that they survive the cooler months, to making repairs to garden structures and getting professional like this fencing Gloucester based company to come and replace fencing that is unlikely to withstand the stormy weather that winter can bring.

Now is also a great time to enjoy a walk, and if you want to have a stroll around some fantastic gardens – to get inspiration and spend time outdoors – here are some of the places in the UK that you can visit during the autumn and winter  months…

Dyffryn Gardens – This National Trust property that is located in the Vale of Glamorgan is a fantastic place to visit all year around. The landscape changes around the seasons and as there is an arboretum in the grounds, it is a great place to enjoy the spectacular autumn colours of the trees.

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The gardens were designed by the Edwardian Gardener Thomas Mawson and created to be beautiful whatever season of the year it was. He was interested in plants from further afield and you can see how her was inspired by other countries throughout the gardens, including the Pompeiian Garden that was based on the architecture and styles of Italy.

Trebah Garden – Head to Cornwall to enjoy the beautiful and magical gardens that come into their own in the winter months. If you are looking for a place to spend time outdoors as a family this is perfect, with a special Christmas trail to follow this unique and beautiful garden paradise is a real joy to explore for all ages. At the bottom of the garden there is even a beach where you can get a hot drink from the café on a chilly day!

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Killerton – This beautiful Devonshire estate is a great place to visit in the winter months – many people come in the late winter to see the pink carpet of Cyclamen flowering, and the wide range of trees and shrubs turn beautiful colours in the autumn months. There is even a hut in the trees that used to belong to the family pet – a bear!

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