Two of the best small gardens in Britain open in Seaford this weekend
|Driftwood in Seaford opens regularly for charity and is well worth visiting - open both days this weekend|
It may be blowing a gale, but there's also plenty of blue sky overhead, so set off for Seaford on the south coast and catch two of the best small gardens in Britain this weekend - Driftwood and Sandgate Close - just a short distance from each other and open from 11.00-17.00 on both Saturday and Sunday as part of a group of five Seaford and Bishopstone gardens open for the NGS. Both gardens are delightful and you can see full details and more pictures by clicking on the links above.
|Neighbouring Sandgate Close has an astounding array of plants on show - get there if you can!!|
There are also three further gardens open in nearby Bishopstone village this weekend - Barrack Cottage - a partly walled, five-acre chalk garden, Buckthorn Close and Elizabeth Cottage, none of which I've yet visited. Full details are available on the NGS website. Teas available at Driftwood on both days and at Sandgate Close on Sunday.