The Beech Wood

The Beech Wood can be found in the middle of the Gardens.

A woodland trail leads through the Beech Wood.

The woods are bathed in dappled light and the ground is blanketed in a variety of flowers throughout the year including Snowdrops, Anemones, Cyclamen and Bluebells.

Bluebells by the wood chip path (left) and Anemones (Anemone blanda) (right) in the Beech Wood:

The Beech Wood (744)

Anemones (Anemone blanda) in the Beech Wood:

Anemones (Anemone blanda) in the beech wood - Photo credit Stewart Coombs

Bluebells in the Beech Wood in the morning light:

Bluebells in the Beech Wood in the morning light (744)

The woodland trail in the Beech Wood in Autumn:

Highdown Gardens in autumn - Beech wood (744)

Paths from the Beech Wood head back up in to the Rose Garden, down into the Middle Garden (The Tree and Shrub Garden), or back to the main path into (or out of) the Gardens.

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