Au­tumn Colour

My Weekly - - Gardening -

◆ As leaves be­gin to turn on the trees, it’s a great time to visit an ar­bore­tum. North of New­cas­tle and close to the sea is How­ick Hall which has 65 acres and 11,000 trees and shrubs. You can take tea in the Earl Grey Tea­rooms WWW.HOWICKHALLGARDENS.COM. Or in the south there is the Na­tional Ar­bore­tum We­ston­birt in Glouces­ter­shire which be­gan in Vic­to­rian times and is known for its spec­tac­u­lar au­tumn colour, see FORESTRYGOV.UK.

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