There are signs that Furzey is slipping gracefully into autumn at every turn as you wander round the garden’s tranquil woodland tracks.

As summer ends and we head into autumn there is a feeling of change in our secret New Forest garden.

With fewer visitors, late summer blooms and the start of riotous autumn colour this is one of the very best times to visit the gardens.

The tea rooms continue to be open daily, offering warm drinks and tasty food, and our plant sales area is full of fine specimens to brighten up your garden this year.

Below are some of the horticultural highlights of September at Furzey Gardens, book your visit here now.

Helenium autumnale and salvia farinacea Benth in the cottage garden
Japanese anemone and colchicum autumnale
Aster amellus and dahlia pinnata
Hydrandea Paniculata and rudbeckia fulgida aiton

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