The Manor House Gardens and 200 acres of existing natural woodlands incorporate a design with additional autumn color. All walks traverse the slopes allowing visitors to view the myriad colors of fall as one enormous garden.
Hundreds of Dwarf burning bush are used throughout the gardens to introduce brilliant red color. Maple trees, dogwoods, crape myrtle, and companion plants like Calycanthus, with brilliant yellow foliage were added for additional autumn color.
Japanese Maples, planted by the hundreds each year, continue a tradition of adding new and exciting colors.