Parham House Gardens
These stunningly beautiful gardens at Parham surround an Elizabethan House.
There are two gardens at Parham House - the 18th century Pleasure Grounds, seven acres of rolling lawns, a lake, specimen trees, some swings and fine garden statuary - and the magnificent four-acre walled garden with a 1920s Wendy House and an orchard, abundantly-stocked greenhouse, herb and vegetable gardens, and borders of Edwardian opulence.
Stroll around the delightful herbaceous borders, peaceful herbiary, potager, greenhouse, rolling lawns and lake.
Take time to see the rose garden and the brick and turf maze.
Well known for its 'cutting gaden'.
The house has a fascinating history and the family looked after 32 child evacuees in the Second World War. In 1942 the children left and the house was billeted to Soldiers of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Canadian Infantry Divisions who were stationed in Nissen huts in the Park.
2018 - Parham House Gardens open from 1 April - See website for days and times. House also openRefreshments, plant sales. Disabled access main gardens.
- Street: Parham House Gardens
- Postcode: RH20 4HR
- City: Pulborough
- County: Sussex
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01903 742021
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