8 virtual tours of Sussex gardens in the National Garden Scheme

PUBLISHED: 00:00 02 June 2020 | UPDATED: 11:17 03 June 2020

An English country garden at Ocklynge Manor

An English country garden at Ocklynge Manor

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The National Garden Scheme have launched a campaign to allow you to experience the stunning gardens across the country via video. We’ve picked the featured gardens in East and West Sussex.

Driftwood

Seaford, East Sussex

Join owner Geoff Stonebanks on a brief tour of his front garden at the aptly named Driftwood, that overlooks the the English Channel.

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Penns in the Rocks

Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex

A brief tour of the Penns in the Rocks garden, with glimspes of blubells and an outcrop of monumental sandstone rocks.

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Ocklynge Manor

Eastbourne, East Sussex

The quintessential English garden can be seen at this distinctive pink Georgian house named Ocklynge Manor.

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The Garden House

Brighton, East Sussex

The Garden House owner Bridgette Saunders give you a tour of the garden that has been her labour of love for over 20 years.

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Butlers Farmhouse

Herstmonceux, East Sussex

Butlers Farmhouse owner Irene Eltringham-Willson invites us into her lovely one acre garden with views of South Downs.

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Sandhill Farm House

Petersfield, West Sussex

Join founder and principal of the English Gardening School, Rosemary Alexander in her West Sussex garden at Sandhill Farm House.

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Highdown Gardens

Worthing, West Sussex

Highdown Gardens is one of a distinguished group of gardens that opened as part of the very first National Garden Scheme in 1927 and is still a fixture over 90 years later.

Click here to view more details on Highdown Gardens

Ham Cottage

Ardingly, West Sussex

Join owners Peter and Andrea Browne around their wonderful ‘mini Wakehurst’ at Ham Cottage and catch a glimpse of the carpet of bluebells.

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To view virtual garden tours from the country, go to ngs.org.uk

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