Cupani Garden, Seaford, East Sussex
An award-winning tranquil haven with a mix of trees, shrubs and perennial borders
The garden name celebrates the owners' love of sweet peas, Cupani being one of the earliest varieties of sweet pea to be introduced to Britain. Deceptively large and colourful, the garden offers visitors a series of different areas to wander through. From a formal courtyard garden through perennial herbaceous borders, a fernery, cutting patch and much more. Trees, shrubs, climbing plants, and sweet pea arches frame the garden and the gentle sound of water from the sculpted water features adds to the peace and harmony.
Wednesday 21 June, 12-5pm
Admission £3.50, children free.
Dr. D.W Jones and Ms. A. M. Jones OBE
Also open for NGS and at other times for various charities (see website for details).
Refreshments, dogs welcome, plants for sale, toilet facilities, coaches welcome
The garden does not have full disability access but there is a route without steps. The main route has one small step and some uneven ground. Suitable for people using sticks but paths not wide enough for people using wheelchairs
How to find the garden
Cupani Garden, 8 Sandgate Close, Seaford, East Sussex BN25 3LL
See Website for Directions, Map, Bus route. Sandgate Close is a cul-de-sac so please park in adjoining streets, parking is free