Paul & Pauline McBride, Sussex Prairie Garden,

Morlands Farm, Wheatsheaf Road (B2116), near Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9AT

0044 (0)1273 495902         morlandsfarm@btinternet.com

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We are now CLOSED for the season

Reopen 1st June 2017, see you then!

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They must not be re-used without permission.

A group of visitors in the garden

"..our group ..were stunned by the beauty and maturity of the garden"

Friends of the Savill Garden

so that your group can enjoy exclusive access.


We have coach and minibus parking available on the drive near our house.


All visits can be tailor-made to your requirements.


Included in the entry fee is a complimentary introductory talk by Paul or Pauline to explain how, when and why our garden was created.  


Additionally we can provide delicious Home baking and a selection of teas and coffees.  We can also provide Prairie Picnic Lunches to enjoy in the garden. These  need to be ordered in advance.


For larger groups we also offer 90 minute guided tours. For our European visitors, these can be delivered in French as well as English.

Early morning view of the garden

We welcome groups of visitors to come and enjoy the Sussex Prairie Garden.


During the season (early June to mid October most years) we are happy to open the garden in the morning (normal opening time 1pm)

To discuss dates, times and costs please ring us on 01273 495902 or e-mail us your requirements and we will get back to you.

"Just a quick note to say a BIG thank you for a wonderful time on Friday.  Everyone was so enchanted by your garden and by the atmosphere of peace and tranquility that surrounds all the fantastic work that was displayed.  Not just the gardens, but the tea room, the art exhibitions - everything was a delight.  Many of us will be back - more than once I think."


Crawley U3A