Autumn in here. One can smell the crispy scent in the evenings after the sun has set. The mist in the morning is heavier. The beautiful foliage is starting to finally show after a very mild September. Glorious reds. Bright yellows and oranges. Berries. Conkers. Sure signs of the season…
I love walking in the forest filled with colour, and one of my favourite places is nearby National Trust property Emmett’s Garden in Ide Hill – an Edwardian estate filled with rate trees and shrubs from around the world. Located on top of the hill it offers amazing views of the famous Weald of Kent once the morning mis has receded….So come and join me on my walk!
Want to see Emmetts garden during other seasons? It’s closed in winter, but I did a walk in March, in early spring this year and spotted some lovely little things there.
For more of my Kent photos check out my new ‘The Garden of England – Kent’ board on Pinterest. I’ll keep adding there photos on a regular basis.