National Garden Scheme: Brambletye and Nightingale House

Event Details

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Start time: 10:30

End time: 17:00

Event Short Description

Two gardens opening together in Steyning.

Event Information

The garden at Brambletye is a quiet south facing garden on the edge of the South Downs, designed with a prairie effect in mind to attract pollinators and birds. A mix of spring and early summer flowering bulbs, shrubs, herbaceous perennials and roses. There is a small sunken area with raised beds for vegetables and herbs.

Nightingale House has a recently been redesigned and replanted cottage garden with many perennials and summer annuals. There is a super new greenhouse and a bespoke metal screen with climbing roses and clematis. The garden is still a work in progress, come and see how it is developing!

Brambletye 25 Maudlyn Park Way Bramber, Steyning BN44 3PT is open for the National Garden Scheme on Wednesday 26th June and Wednesday 3rd July (10.30am-5pm) Combined admission with Nightingale House Twittenside, Penfold Way, Steyning BN44 3TW.

Admission for both gardens £7, children free. Home-made teas at Nightingale House.

Book online on the NGS website or pay on the day.

Admission Details

Adult: £7

Child: £0

Child Age Limit:

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Organiser Details

Name: The National Garden Scheme



Venue Details

Address: Brambletye, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3PT

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