Enjoy an afternoon at the National Garden Scheme* garden at Down Place.
For a lovely late Mother’s Day or early Easter treat
The garden at Down Place is set on the South Downs with panoramic views out to the undulating wooded countryside. The garden merges seamlessly into its surrounding landscape with rose and herbaceous borders that have been moulded into the sloping ground. There is a well-stocked vegetable garden and walks shaded by beech trees, which surround the natural wildflower meadow where various native orchids flourish.
The wildflower meadow is covered in natural wild daffodils in April, cowslips in May, and six varieties of wild orchids, plus various other wild flowers from the end of May through to early July.
The substantial top terrace and borders is accessible to wheelchairs.
Down Place opens for the National Garden Scheme on Saturday 25th March and Sunday 26th March. It will also be open on Sunday 11th June and Monday 12th June (1.30-5.30). Admission £5, children free. Home-made teas & cream teas.
Also opens for groups bt arrangement See NGS website https://ngs.org.uk