Today, two gardens in Crowborough are open to the public as part of the National Gardens Scheme
Redriff is a ⅓ acre garden with a Japanese influence comprising dense planting of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, acers, wisteria, bamboo and topiary features. Elevated patio with shady pergola and summerhouse, both affording seating overlooking interesting fish pond, waterfall and views over the rear garden.
Silver Springs is a ¼ acre garden, developed by the current owner (a keen plantswoman) over the past 25 yrs from a bare site. Shrubs, perennials, rock garden and bulbs in three areas surrounding the house (not open), each with a different character. Yr-round interest with emphasis on spring and a wide range of hydrangeas in the summer.
Social distancing measures will still be in place. If the garden you plan to visit first has reached capacity please begin your visit at the second garden.
Entry is £5 combined, and limited refreshments are available – full information here.