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Pashley Manor Gardens

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A quintessential English Garden, located in South East England, surrounding a private Grade I listed timber-framed house, dating from 1550 and enlarged in 1720.

The Gardens offer a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative plantings and fine old trees, fountains, springs and large ponds. This is a quintessential English Garden of a very individual character with exceptional views to the surrounding valleyed fields. Many eras of English history are reflected here, typifying the tradition of the English Country House and its garden.

Mr and Mrs James Sellick, who opened the gardens to the public in 1992, have brought them to their present splendour, with the assistance of the eminent landscape architect, Anthony du Gard Pasley.

An exciting programme of events has been devised for the discerning garden-lover: the Tulip Festival in May (a unique fixture in the Garden calendar); the Spring and Summer Plant Fairs; the Special Rose Weekend; evenings of opera in the garden; the Sussex Guild Craft Show in September and an Exhibition of Sculptures and Botanical Paintings and Drawings lasting throughout the season.

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