11 Days Left To Visit For The Season

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With only 11 days left to visit until we close our gates for the 2021 season.

 

Today I managed to get in to the garden for a quick visit with my camera and I photographed some of the colours we are now seeing from the Japanese maples.

Most are just starting to transform, but they are still a way off reaching their peak! Many are still holding on to their summer colours.

Its been a very mild October so far and so the colour change hasn’t been as quick as we would have liked. Despite the warmer temperatures the acres are finally starting their dramatic change-over and I spotted a few lovely colours whilst walking the pathways this morning.

I think as we get to the end of the month (in 1 weeks time) we should see many more colours appearing 🤞 🍁 🍂

 

We have seen an epic amount of rain in the last few days and one pathway has flooded (luckily it doesn’t cut off any of the walkways but hopefully this will dissipate over the next day or 2 (if we dont have too much more rain)!

This time of year we always hope for cool, crisp and dry weather and we pray for no wind! We’ve sadly had a storm that has blown many leaves off the trees (our poor gardeners are fighting against the tide to pick up the leaves 🍂) , however there are still plenty hanging on to the trees luckily so lets hope the wind calms down so we get to have the full splendour of colour that we are all waiting for.

 

Please check out my photos captured this morning – pictured below –

 

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