Garden at Parsonage Farm, Kirdford, open on Sunday 4th September, 2pm to 6pm for National Garden Scheme

The garden at Parsonage Farm has been developed over 30 years with fruit theme and many unusual plants and is in surrounded by beautiful countryside. The garden is formally laid out on grand scale with long vistas. The C18 walled garden has borders in apricot, orange, scarlet and crimson. There is a topiary walk, a pleached lime allée, a tulip tree avenue, rose borders and a vegetable garden with trained fruit. Other features include a turf amphitheatre, an informal autumn shrubbery, yew cloisters and a jungle walk.

Please Note: Unfortunately, this weekend the Council are closing the road from Parsonage Farm to Isling Bridge. The only approach to Parsonage Farm will be from the village of Kirdford or Plaistow Road.

Parsonage Farm is open in aid of the National Garden Scheme. The NGS have donated over £63 million to nursing and health charities. Their core beneficiaries include Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie, Hospice UK and The Queen’s Nursing Institute. For more information on open gardens, the work of the National Garden Scheme or if you would like to enquire about opening your own garden go to the NGS Website https://ngs.org.uk

Home-made teas in aid of The Jane Lemon Foundation.
Adult: £7.00 Child: Free: Pay on the day.
Opening times 2pm – 6pm

Parsonage Farm
Kirdford,
Sussex
RH14 0NH

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