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High Beeches Gardens

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High Beeches Lane
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH17 6HQ

Enjoy 27 acres of enchanting, landscaped, woodland and water gardens. Explore the winding paths and open glades, delight in the glorious colours of the seasons and listen to the rippling streams and waterfalls.

High Beeches is a romantic landscape, changing with the seasons and remote from the stresses of modern life. Especially colourful in spring, early summer and autumn, there is always plenty to interest the visitor.

  • Follow our Tree Trail and discover many thousands of rare plants.
  • Come to our Special Event Days and consult specialist plantsmen. Information about our Events is available on our web site
  • Study native wildflowers in our lovely meadows - the flowers are at their peak in June. More than 200 different species have been recorded throughout the gardens and an information leaflet is available from the ticket office.
  • In spring and early summer enjoy colour and fragrance.
  • The National Collection of Stewartia flower at the end of June.
  • Stunning, blue Willow Gentians flower throughout the glades in August. High Beeches is the only UK site where the Willow Gentian has naturalised.
  • During September and October delight in one of the most magnificent displays of autumn colour in the country.
  • Enjoy good food, light refreshments, cream teas and snacks in the licensed and restored Victorian Farm Buildings and the Tea Garden.
  • The gardens also have a picnic area.

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Find us easily, on the south side of the B2110, 1 mile east of the A23 at Handcross, in Mid-Sussex, within easy reach of London, Gatwick Airport, Brighton, and the Channel Ports.

High Beeches Gardens Postcode for SatNav: RH17 6HQ


+44 (0)1444 400 589
+44 (0)1444 401 543

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