Autumn Moods, Fall Magic

Rubre Foggy Bottom

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.

Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’ with Aster ‘Veilchen Konigin’ in the Winter Garden
Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’ with Aster ‘Veilchen Konigin’ in the Winter Garden
Rhus typhina ‘Radiance’ in Adrian’s Wood
Rhus typhina ‘Radiance’ in Adrian’s Wood
Vitus coignitiae in the Fragrant Garden
Vitus coignitiae in the Fragrant Garden
Imperata cylindrica ‘Rubra’ with Pennisetum villosum in Foggy Bottom
Imperata cylindrica ‘Rubra’ with Pennisetum villosum in Foggy Bottom
Rhus typhina ‘Radiance’ in Adrian’s Wood
Rhus typhina ‘Radiance’ in Adrian’s Wood
Dell Asters
Dell Asters
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