Visit beautiful gardens across East Sussex this spring and summer to help raise money for St Wilfrid's Hospice.
Come and discover some of the beautiful gardens that are hidden across our catchment area, and help raise money for the hospice. In 2017, our Open Gardens season raised an incredible £18,500 and this year we hope to raise even more!
Our open gardens run from April to August, pop along to enjoy some tea, cake and some beautiful scenery. Unless stated in the description, all of our gardens are open from 11am - 4pm.
Have a look at our interactive map to find the Open Garden nearest to you and help plan your route!
Want more information and photos of our Open Gardens? Click the individual photos below for full details of each garden.
A beautifully planted English country garden with picturesque artist studio and far-reaching views over Pevensey Marshes.Read more
A large gardens composed of many borders of mixed shrubs and a beautiful orchard. A striking and picturesque location. Read more
The garden has many species of birds, a wildlife pond, chickens and bees. The garden is supported by The Florence Support Service and ‘Dirt Diggers’, a horticultural project with a long-term goal to support work-placements and employment.Read more
Extensive gardens featuring a walled rose garden and a large wild flower meadow.Read more
A medium-sized, split-level garden with a variety of herbaceous and perennial planting, roses and shrubs.Read more
A beautifully-landscaped garden within a spectacular five-acre estate of evolving herbaceous borders including a variety of ornamental grasses.Read more
A garden of almost an acre, on the edge of the town that has evolved over 25 years with over 50 varieties of tree and shrub. Read more
A three-acre country garden with a lovely view across fields and hills to the Downs. Read more