Some autumn colour from a few days spent visiting gardens south of Evesham.
If history had played out differently, this could have been Adolf and Unity's country retreat - a kind of English Berchtesgarden.
The house isn't open to the public, but the arboretum is:
The understated colours of an English autumn almost a relief after those intense Japanese reds.
Across the road (the other side of Broadway), the Indian-domed Sezincote - apparently the inspiration for Brighton's Royal Pavilion:
And finally, the eccentric Charles Paget Wade's charming Snowshill Manor:
And that's what we did on our holidays.