The rich diversity of trees and shrubs in The Royal Landscape, in Windsor Great Park will create magnificent displays of colour and form for visitors to enjoy this autumn, reaching their peak this month.
The Savill Garden's recently refurbished Queen Elizabeth Temperate House has taken on an autumnal theme with cyclamen, chrysanthemums and drifts of Chinese Lantern, and ornamental pepper plants supporting a display of homegrown pumpkins, squashes and gourds.
In the 250 acres you will find colourful Japanese maples, sweet gums, tupelo, red and scarlet oaks, birches, hickories and fothergillas.
Visit the gift shop, exhibition area and restaurant. The garden is open 10am-6pm until the end of October, 10am-4.30pm November to February 2009. Last admission to the garden and restaurant is 30 minutes before closing.
Admission prices: adults £7; seniors £6.50; family £18.
For more information, visit www.theroyallandscape.co.uk.