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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The borders , planted in the shape of a spiralling nautilus shell were planted in May 2008 with 40 of our friends and family who were totally behind us and supporting us with this amazing project.


Why not join come and join us on a garden tour and we can tell you the story of how and why we planted the garden and what naturalistic planting can do for you in your garden!

Surrounded by mature oak trees the eight acre garden consists of a series of interlocking arcs of large planted borders in a naturalistic style.  The borders encourage exploration and adventure and visitors are welcome to roam in amongst the mighty plants to further enjoy the experience. The plantings consist of large groupings of each variety, planted in a free flowing style, which contrasts leaf forms, stems, stalks, flower shapes and textures. Colours are soft and muted, and complement the natural landscape.


The borders serve as a living catalogue of plants used by Paul and Pauline in their garden design business, the plants themselves are the stock plants from which plants are taken into the farm nursery.


Both Paul and Pauline are keen to emphasize the beauty and wonder of perennial planting and to demonstrate the longer season benefits of perennials and grasses in dream combinations.

The original drawings

"Sussex Prairies,

Field of Dreams"

The Telegraph