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Gardens in or near Easebourne

The West Sussex village of Easebourne near Midhurst, has the famous polo ground of Cowdray Park nearby and also the historic buildings of Easebourne Priory and Cowdray House. Gardens in or near Easebourne Uppark House & Garden and Winkworth Arboretum are listed below.
5 Results In Or Near Easebourne
8.2 miles from the centre of Easebourne
Explore the beautiful Uppark House and Gardens The tale behind Uppark House and Garden near Petersfield in the South Downs is a dramatic one, its having gone down in flames a couple of decades ago thanks to a spark from a workman's tool. The National Trust has surpassed itself in restoring the house and gardens and the result is a classic stately home in surely one of the most beautiful spots in England. Capability Brown and Humphrey Repton inspired the glorious grounds here which hav...
12.5 miles from the centre of Easebourne
Winkworth is a natural spectacle of kaleidoscope colour all year round. Spring brings a pastel palette of azaleas above carpets of bluebells. Summer dazzles with blooms at their peak and a canopy of lush leaves. During Autumn trees glow with reds, and oranges, painting a picture. Winter contrasts the dramatic beauty of bare trees with the icy sparkle of frost.
1.7 miles from the centre of Easebourne
Nestled in a quiet corner of West Sussex lies a true horticultural haven bursting with colourful planting and sensational views. Woolbeding Gardens delights at every turn with distinctive garden rooms set against thoughtfully composed borders. Formal gardens merge into the far reaching rural landscape of the River Rother, a perfect backdrop for the many sculptures and follies you'll come across.
6.7 miles from the centre of Easebourne
West Dean Gardens is one of the greatest gardens open to the public in England. Creatively inspired by its rich heritage and South Downs setting, the gardens in
4.6 miles from the centre of Easebourne
Explore the beautiful parklands of Petworth Petworth House is a 705 acre parkland that has evolved from just a small garden containing fruit and vegetables in the 16th century. Enclosed by a 5 mile long stone wall, throughout the centuries well know designers such as George London and Capability Brown were commissioned to plant and construct the garden as we find it today. With glorious Autumn and Spring colours of daffodils and bluebells, fine shrubs and trees in particular the Japan...
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