Sussex Prairies is open from 2nd June until 10th October 2021. We are open five days a week , 1pm until 5pm - closed Mondays and Tuesdays.(except Bank Holiday Monday 30th August 2021) You are welcome to bring picnics. Dogs also welcome. *No need to Book.(* unless you are attending a special event requiring booked tickets and slots )

RHS Partner Garden.

Events & Courses

Planting a Prairie Garden – Large or Small with Juliet Sargeant

Wednesday 4th August | 9:00am - 2:30pm

Planting a Prairie Garden – Large or Small with Juliet Sargeant

Come and be inspired by the beautiful expanses of grasses and colourful flowers at Sussex Prairie Gardens.

With illustrated talks and planting exercises, Juliet will explain how to design similar schemes for your own garden.

Whether you have a large or small space, the natural, relaxed and wildlife-friendly planting style of Sussex Prairies can be achieved with the right combination of plants and colours.

Subjects covered:
What is prairie planting and what are the benefits?
Maintenance of a prairie style planting scheme
The best plants for that winning prairie style
How to combine the plants, even in a small area

Free garden entry
Illustrated handouts
Paper and drawing equipment
Step-by-step guidance
Complimentary tea and coffee

By the end of the day, you will:
Be familiar with prairie style planting and its suitability for your garden
Know the best plants to achieve prairie planting
Be able to design a prairie style scheme

RHS reduced ticket rate for members £75
Early Bird ticket (first 5 tickets sold – non RHS) £80
Standard ticket £90

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Sussex Prairie Garden

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

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