Open Garden: Peony Power

Blink and you might miss them. Flowering for such a fleeting period, no more than a week or two, it’s unusual to see so many Peonies in one place. Fairlight’s stunning 100m long Peony hedge is an abundance of pink, red and white, enjoy to a backdrop of uninterrupted views of the surrounding landscape. Visit our shepherds hut shop to buy early flowering perennials or bulbs and pop into our pop up café for a cake and a coffee. Tickets: General admission ticket £10 Lunch ticket with admission £20 (lunch tickets must be pre-booked) Under 18s free Tickets on the

May Open Garden

Come and spend the day at Fairlight Hall, explore the gardens and admire the cherry blossom, late flowering bulbs such as Camassia and late flowering Tulips. Tickets: General admission ticket £10 Lunch ticket with admission £20 (lunch tickets must ne pre-booked) Under 18s free Tickets on the gate £10 Lunch ticket includes entry to the gardens and boxed vegetable quiche/hot or cold drink/boxed cream tea.

Open Garden: Tulipmania

Bloom or Bust. During the Dutch Golden Age, prices of some tulip bulbs reached extraordinary levels, only to a year later cause a dramatic market crash. Who isn’t driven mad by an exotic tulip? Come and get excited with us about tulips. Admire our numerous tulip container displays across the site. Visit our shepherds hut shop to buy early flowering perennials or bulbs and pop into our pop up café for a cake and a coffee. Tickets: General admission ticket £10 Lunch ticket with admission £20 (lunch tickets must ne pre-booked) Under 18s free Tickets on the gate £10 Lunch

Splashes of Autumn: A Colourful September in the Garden

It’s been a very colourful month. The weather has been mild and warm, and many plants and flower beds that were looking tired last month, are now resprouting and gaining a second flush of leaf and flower, especially the meadows and lawns. Half of the meadows in the garden were cut mid-August and the rest in September. In the Walled Garden Currently the Walled Garden is full of a variety of pumpkins and squashes. Dried and lifted onions and garlic can be seen drying in the glasshouse. Cucumbers and tomatoes are still being harvested, even some late potatoes. Purple sprouting Read More