Image: River of Imperata cylindrica ‘Rubra’ in Foggy Bottom, October
New England is renowned for vibrant ‘fall’ colour – England much less so.
But over many years planting at the Bressingham Gardens has concentrated on filling each season with change, colour, and occasionally drama. So now, as a garden of 17 acres, Bressingham Gardens – and in particular Adrian’s Wood and Foggy Bottom – can boast some of the best and most diverse colour of any British garden. Only a few weeks left to visit!
Note – The Bressingham Gardens and Steam Museum officially close at the end of October 2016 – but see Winter Garden openings.