Bates Green Garden
A woodland garden, created around a majestic oak tree underplanted with a mass of Cyclamen hederifolium, provides a tapestry of foliage.
07 September 2023
- Entrance fee:
- £7 for adults, £3.50 for children.
- 12pm - 4pm
- Garden owner:
- John McCutchan
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This plantswoman’s two-acre tranquil garden provides interest throughout the seasons, with distinct areas that enable plants from different ecological conditions to thrive, including a small pond to encourage wildlife.
Autumn tones are displayed in abundance by the mature trees and shrubs within and bordering the garden.
A woodland garden, created around a majestic oak tree underplanted with a mass of Cyclamen hederifolium, provides a tapestry of foliage in a cool, calm space.
The Middle Garden peaks in late summer with swaying grasses, bright dahlias and pollinator friendly asters; while pergolas provide shady seating areas, surrounded by climbers.
Courtyard gardens contain seasonal container displays and borders, filled with treasures to delight plant lovers.
Bates Green Garden is a tranquil setting, surrounded by grazed pastures with stunning views of the South Downs.
The six-acre conservation meadow adjoining the garden contains a wealth of flora and fauna, featuring managed mown paths and seating for visitors.
Public transport: Three miles from nearest bus stops at Hailsham or Wilmington and train stations at Polegate or Berwick.
Taxis: Hailsham 01323 844464, Polegate: 01323 484444.
By car: From the A22, Hailsham Bypass, take Arlington Road heading west. Or, from the A27 at Wilmington, take Thornwell Road heading north. Car parking is along the road verge adjacent to the entrance.
- wheelchair accessible