We visited this wonderful Garden in the morning of a September day before going to Frogmore House.
The 35 acres of Savill Garden are beautifully looked after by an enthusiastic team lead by Head Gardener Harvey Stephens.
It is divided into interlocking Seasonal areas with others being The Glades, Azalea Walk and Hidden Gardens.
There is also a large Temperate Glass house housing a variety of plants. It is easy to get round and each area has its own unique features and distinctive varieties of plants to give colour ranges throughout the seasons.
The herbaceous borders by the glasshouse were full of colour with Dahlias, Heleniums, Salvias and more.
The rose garden was designed by Andrew Wilson and opened in 2010. There was a sculpture exhibition on during our visit, which added to the experience.
A great garden to visit in different seasons.
There is also a very nice restaurant and a large shop.