Sussex Prairie Garden in Henfield opened to the public in 2009, just one year after planting; one amongst a handful of large new gardens, designed and created in the 20th and 21st century, in Great Britain.
Britain’s largest “Prairie,” or “Naturalistic,” garden, with eight acres of stunning garden to roam around. Unlike most gardens of a comparable size, there is no castle or stately home! The garden was designed and planted on Pauline’s family farm in West Sussex. Instead of armies of servants and gardeners, all 35 000 plants were planted with help of amazing friends and family!
The garden encourages exploration using a network of small wood chip paths which snake through the huge borders. Come and visit, please do walk on the grass and in the borders! Sussex Prairies is an extraordinary garden created by ordinary people!
To visit Sussex Prairie Gardens by coach contact Holt Services