Sussex has more than its fair share of special gardens, with a cluster of beauties in Mid Sussex making full use of the acid soils of the Weald to grow outstanding rhodedendrons, azaleas and camellias.
Here's our guide to the leading gardens you can visit in West Sussex.
|Borde Hill||Highdown||Standen House|
|A special collection of Asian plants in 150 acres of gardens near Haywards Heath.||Worthing's amazing council-run chalkpit gardens, which rewrote the book on how to garden on chalky soil.||An arts and crafts classic house near East Grinstead with special gardens overlooking Ashdown Forest.|
|Denmans Gardens||Nymans Gardens||Petworth Park|
|Small and innovative garden showcasing some modern garden design ideas at Fontwell||Romantic gardens near Handcross run by the National Trust.||Capability Brown designed parkland gardens of Petworth House.|
|Including the fine gardens at Bignor Park, High Beeches, Parham House Gardens, Sandhill Farm House, Wakehurst Place and gardens you can visit under the National Gardens Scheme.|
WEST SUSSEX TOWNS
- Bognor Regis
- Burgess Hill
- East Grinstead
- Haywards Heath