07/02/2018 - 31/03/2018
Pembury House, Ditching Road (New Road) Clayton, Hassocks
February and March
Admission £9/children free. Visitors welcome by arrangement
Around 100 gardens in the National Garden Scheme are opening as part of its Snowdrop Festival and Pembury House is one of them. Its two-acre country garden, with winding paths, has snowdrops and hellebores and visitors can enjoy views of the South Downs National Park.
Phone 01273 842805 or visit pemburyhouse.co.uk.
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Manor of Dean, Tillington, Petworth
Sunday February 11, 2-4pm
Entry £4.50/children free
Around 100 gardens in the National Garden Scheme are opening as part of its Snowdrop Festival and Manor of Dean is one of them. The traditional English garden, over three acres, has herbaceous borders with a variety of early flowering bulbs including snowdrops, and there’s a walled kitchen garden with fruit, vegetables and cutting flowers.
Phone 07887 992349 or visit ngs.org.uk.
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