East Sussex & Kent in Bloom | Springing into Summer
Imagine acres of East Sussex parkland filled with heavenly fragrance and colour from thousands of roses or azaleas in early summer. Reaching their peak in June, it’s easy to forget the Spring bluebells that recently covered the acres of Kent woodlands too…. perhaps even matching those Tulip Fields of Holland?
But we hadn’t expected to find such an amazing array of Spring/Early Summer colour in and around East Sussex/Kent to rival this.
For those wanting to travel a shorter distance, East Sussex and Kent are well located to explore some spectacular gardens. For instance, Pashley Manor with it’s own unique Tulip Festival (click here) is within easy touching distance by car/motorhome. Whilst those seeking more variety might head for Great Dixter or Sheffield Park. (see here for more).
But in an area often referred to as the ‘Garden of England’, there’s plenty to discover in the acres of beautiful rolling South Downs or Kent woodlands… much like we found on our ‘Bluebell Hunts’.
But for those that choose to head to this area later in the spring / early summer… you’ll be met with the most amazing array of wild flowers… not to mention wild rambling roses in each hedgerow. Often found near to 30ft tall hedges of abundant, colourful rhododendrons.
Just like you can see here at Borde Hill Gardens – click here
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