Bramdean House Gardens

Bramdean House garden is much admired, and rightly so. Against a backdrop of mature trees, two wide mirror-image borders (best in June/July) lead away from the back of the house where there are many unusual shrubs, plants, bulbs and climbers. At the end of the central axis, steps lead to a one-acre walled kitchen garden whose central beds are planted with a range of herbaceous plants, roses, perennials and bulbs. Here, too, is a large collection of old-fashioned sweet peas, a trial of hardy nerines, and flowers, fruit and vegetables grown for the house. The vista runs yet further, through an orchard underplanted with massed daffodils to an apple-house some 300 yards from the house. Nearby is a new small arboretum under-planted with wild flowers, and a boxwood castle.
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www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/