Date/Time Event
07/02/2018 - 31/03/2018
All Day
Snowdrop Festival

Pembury House, Ditching Road (New Road) Clayton, Hassocks

February and March

Admission £9/children free. Visitors welcome by arrangement

Around 100 gardens in the National Garden Scheme are opening as part of its Snowdrop Festival and Pembury House is one of them. Its two-acre country garden, with winding paths, has snowdrops and hellebores and visitors can enjoy views of the South Downs National Park.

Phone 01273 842805 or visit pemburyhouse.co.uk.

18/02/2018
12:00 am
Snowdrop Festival

Highdown Gardens, Goring-by-Sea, Worthing

Sunday February 18, 10am-4pm

Entry £5/children free

Around 100 gardens in the National Garden Scheme are opening as part of its Snowdrop Festival and Highdown Gardens is one of them for the first time this year. The gardens were created by Sir Frederick Stern and boast a wide collection of plants, many raised from seed brought from China by collectors including Wilson, Farrer and Kingdon-Ward. In spring, there’s a succession of bulbs such as snowdrops, crocus, anemones and daffodils.

Phone 01903 501054 or visit highdowngardens.co.uk.

18/02/2018
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Snowdrop Festival

Sandhill Farm House, Nyewood Road, Rogate, Petersfield

Sunday February 18, 12noon-3pm

Admission £4/children free

Around 100 gardens in the National Garden Scheme are opening as part of its Snowdrop Festival and Sandhill Farm House is one of them. This garden, which is the home of the author Rosemary Alexander, the principal of The English Gardening School, is broken up into garden rooms, including a small kitchen garden. The front garden has a small woodland area planted with early spring flowering shrubs, ferns and bulbs. There’s also topiary, a white garden, large leaf border and terrace. The rear garden has mirror borders, a small decorative vegetable garden, a red border and a grasses border.

Phone 07551 777873 or visit rosemaryalexander.co.uk.