Findon Place NGS Open Garden Evening Thursday June 9th 4pm to 8pm.

Stunning grounds of 52 acres, set around a Grade II listed Georgian country house (not open). Most of the garden sits on a gentle eastward facing slope, with level paths being manageable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. The garden has a tapestry of interest showcasing perennial borders within high Sussex flint walls. An archway leads to a fully productive large walled garden with romantic rose arches and arbours, and a small cutting garden. The vegetable beds are used to grow a wide range of fruit and vegetables for the house. Just to the side of the walled garden is a smaller walled area featuring cloud pruned trees and espaliered fruit trees together with roses and shrub borders. You are invited to stroll around the extensive front lawns to gain the best views of the South Downs, enjoy home made tea and cakes, and relax in this beautiful peaceful garden. Sorry, no picnics. WC available. Adult Entry £7.00, children free. Proceeds to National Garden Scheme Charities. Photo by Judi Lion

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