A hidden gem in the High Weald of Sussex, sensitively planted to enhance the natural landscape. A botanical treasure trove and classic English idyll make High Beeches one of the finest gardens in the South East


Tuesday, 22 September 2015

September colour in the Garden

Hydrangea paniculata 'Unique'

September colour in the garden.

It looks as though Autumn will be earlier
here than last year.  There is already colour
throughout the garden.  The Acers are all
turning red and yellow and the
Liquidambers, the Nyssas and Parrotias
all are showing colour and the promise of a
spectacular autumn display.

Hydrangea paniculata 'Unique' is turning
a beautiful shade of pink and the many clumps
of grasses are starting to flower.  Stipa
gigantica is looking especially pretty this

Stipa gigantica

Acer palmatum  Senkaki

Acer palmatum Senkaki  and a young beech
glowing in the September evening sun soon
to be joined by the Golden Ash and the
Disanthus cercidifolius.

It is also a very good year for berries.

The garden is open until the end of
Young Beech

There will not be any Halloween events
at High Beeches at Half Term.

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