Autumn Colours of Kent & Sussex
The gardens of Kent & Sussex are a joy to behold throughout the year but in the autumn many of them present a particularly glorious spectacle, due to the vast collections of both native and exotic trees and shrubs to be seen at places like Lullingstone Castle, Sheffield Park and Wakehurst Place. Leaves turn from green to yellow, gold, red, brown and every shade in between, to provide a bewitching display in the weeks before Halloween.
At Sissinghurst, one of the most admired gardens in the whole of England, there are even areas that were especially designed with autumn hues in mind. At this time of year it’s not just leaves and grasses that provide colour, many herbaceous plants are still in full flower, with Salvias in particular putting on a wonderful display at gardens such as Great Comp.
Tour dates & prices
|Tour Departure||Tour ID||Departure date||Return Date||Guided by||Price||Deposit||Single Supp.||Availability|
|9 October 2020||BAKS201019||9 October 2020 (Friday)||11 October 2020 (Sunday)||£495
|£100||£100||Call for availability|