27 acres of magnificent woodland and water gardens, full of rare, exotic and unusual plants; RHS award winning plants, a botanical treasure trove, and one of the great gardens of Sussex. The plant collection includes specimens from many parts of the world and Champion trees – supreme examples of their type.
The National Collection of Stewartia Trees and the best natural wildflower meadow in Sussex. Specimens found by some of the most famous plant hunters in history, selected for exceptional foliage, flowering, colour and perfume – the ultimate in wild gardening, historically important and rare species – these are the heart of High Beeches.
All can enjoy the lovely scenery, but there is also much for the connoisseur and botanist as well. A full plant list can be seen at the Gate Lodge.
‘Outstanding’ says English Heritage; High Beeches offers colour and interest throughout the year and is particularly noted for the spring/early summer display and the truly exceptional autumn colouring.
Wander through enchanting woodland glades, enjoy the peace, perfume, contrast and colour of a magical garden. Note the exceptional design and layout - working with nature and the landscape to achieve pure, natural beauty.
High Beeches is set in mid-Sussex on the Sussex Weald, just off the A/M23, close to the M25 and within easy reach of London, the South East and the South Coast.
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