Visit Highdown Gardens on 15th Feb and 2nd May and help support National Garden Scheme charities.
Highdown Gardens were created by Sir Frederick Stern. The 8½ acres of stunning informal gardens on Sussex chalk downland are home to rare plants and trees, many grown from seed collected by Wilson, Farrer and Kingdon-Ward. A fully equipped glasshouse enables the propagation of this National Plant Collection. A visitor centre shares stories of the plants and people behind the gardens. A new accessible path leads to a sensory garden with a secret sea view.
On 15th February (10am-4.30pm) and Thursday 2nd May 2024 (10am-8pm) Highdown Gardens, Worthing are opening in aid of The National Garden Scheme. Admission is by donation.
For information on the work of the National Garden Scheme, to find other gardens open in the area or to enquire about how to open your own garden visit https://ngs.org.uk
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