At last we have got around to visiting the Savill Garden. It was worth waiting for! The new visitor reception is an amazing building, a single storey space under a long, sinuous roof shaped like the tail of a Whale.
The Savill Garden is situated on the edge of Great Windsor Park and is just a small part of the Royal Landscape. We followed the recommended path around the garden so that we could see the effects of Autumn throughout.
In most areas of the garden, Savill had the typical look and feel of a stately home garden, both in plants grown, choice of design features and border arrangements, but hints of newer thinking were showing through, such as the use of grasses and new perennial plantings.
A true highlight of our visit to the Savill Gardens was the surprise at coming across this modern water feature. It looked good and it sounded good.
Although we visited the gardens at Savill in the Autumn one of the most colourful areas was the Winter Garden, already showing many interesting features. So the next post will be about the winter Garden in Autumn.
4 replies on “The Savill Garden in October”
Looks like a great place to visit. Wonderful plantings and the fountain is interesting.
The fountain was interesting to photograph too. I kept trying to get it upright in the pic until I realised it was on the lean slightly.
Love how you captured the beauty of the garden, especially those leaf pictures
Thanks for comments. It was a difficult day with changing light conditions so the photos pleased me.