Gravetye Manor, Sussex

Gravetye Manor, on the Kent/Sussex border was built in 1598 and is a fine example of Elizabethan architecture.  It was bought in 1885 by William Robinson, an early advocate of the naturalistic planting style that has since been copied in gardens across the world.  During his time at Gravetye, Robinson created the sloping gardens to... Continue Reading →

The Moongate Garden, Sussex

It is hard to believe that the Moongate Garden in East Preston, Sussex in a little over 2 years old.  The garden has a 'Chelsea' element to it which is not surprising since it was designed in partnership with Nic Howard. The garden divides itself not only into two halves but also into sixteen separate... Continue Reading →

Nymans Gardens, Sussex

Nymans, a National Trust property is set in the picturesque High Weald of Sussex and was originally a family home.  Destroyed by fire in 1947, much of the house survives as a garden ruin although the remaining part which was re-built is open to the public.  The former home of  Lady Rosse who died in... Continue Reading →

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