Four Seasons in October
Whilst to many flowers, autumn signals the end of the season, for leaves it is but the beginning. As temperatures fall, a dramatic change follows as foliage on trees and shrubs turns from dulled green to rich reds, golds and purples. Nowhere is this change more eagerly anticipated than at Four Seasons garden where its owners, Marie and Tony Newton, spend almost every waking hour in their garden. ‘We have planted all but two of the hundreds of plants, so it is immensely satisfying to see them mature from such modest beginnings,’ they point out. Four Seasons lives up to its name. ‘We have designed and planted our garden specifically to be exciting whether it’s spring, summer, autumn or winter,’ says Marie.
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