The Isle of Wight is renowned for its temperate climate, with the warm sea around creating warm and humid Autumns. No wonder the exotic palms, bananas and echiums thrive from all corners of the world.
Visit the Isle of Wight Gardens and marvel at them still in full bloom.
Ventnor Botanic Gardens has the best display, and we recommend looking at their site for latest news-Ventnor Botanic Gardens
Mottistone Manor garden owned by the National Trust remains open until 31st October , but not on Fridays and Saturday days.
Osborne House shows off its grand planting on the terraces of cannas, meanwhile the walled garden has a great display of autumn bulbs and fruit. Come to the apple days to learn about different apples.
Or come and see the autumn colouring, like the picture of the maidenhair tree, gingko biloba in an Isle of Wight garden- a relic of the past as it predated our deciduous trees.