The Cottage Garden

The garden is truly a delight .. whatever the time of year. In the warmer months you will be able to sit outside and relax … perhaps with a glass of wine?

Listen to the mill stream!

Take a seat on one of the benches and you will hear the bubbling mill stream, which runs just behind the back garden. 

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Back garden in first year!

The Sunny Front Garden

rosebud cottage front garden steyningSit out in front of the cottage and you could meet some of the neighbours. Local people are friendly and ready to say ‘hello’.

Colour throughout the year!

Whenever you visit you can enjoy plants in flower, with some unusual varieties.  Scented plants will greet you .. even in the winter months.

From spring onwards you should be able to watch the bees and butterflies – especially in sunny weather! 

Plants Month by Month

February: Crocus tommasinianusFeb garden holiday cottage steyning sussex

March: Narcissus Rip van Winklemarch-holiday-cottage-garden-steyning

April: Tulip timeapril-garden-steyning-sussex

May: Peoniesmay-flowers-holiday-cottage-steyning

June: Penstemon Raven and Lychnis Coronariajune-garden-holiday-cottage-steyning

July: Clematis

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August: Erigeron Karvinskianusaug-cottage-garden-steyning

September: Verbena Bonariensisverbena steyning cottage sussex

I do hope you will come and stay so you will be able to see the plants for yourself!

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Gardens to Visit

If you are a plant lover you will find many gardens open to the public that you can visit: Highdown Gardens, Parham House Gardens, Sussex Prairie Gardens and Nyman’s are just some of those I recommend.

Highdown Gardens is open all year with free entry. It was created from chalk and is just outside Worthing. Read more about Highdown Gardens