Tucked away in the heart of the city this really is a secret garden, in Victorian times a market garden. The garden is organic and gives interest all yr-round, supporting cut flowers, vegetables, fruit, old climbing roses and a pond. Many of the plants have been propagated by the garden owner, and the garden has unique features using many recycled materials.
Garden produce and plants for sale.
Friday 2 March (12 - 4pm). Admission £5.50, children free.
Saturday 21, Sunday 22 April (11.30am - 4pm). Admission £5.00, children free.
Hot soup & bread, mulled cider, tea & coffee (Mar). Home-made teas (Apr).
Visitors also welcome by arrangement April to September for groups of 10+. Admission £5.50, children free. Home-made teas.
How to find us
The Garden House, 5 Warleigh Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 4NT
1½m N of Brighton Pier. The Garden House can be found 1½m N of seafront, 1st L off Ditching Rd, past T-lights. Paid street parking available. London Road Station is a short walk away & buses 46 & 26 stop nearby.
More about The Garden House
The garden is changing all the time to reflect both the seasons and changing trends in horticulture - our aim is to give interest to the visitor all year round.
The garden has been featured in many publications and has also featured on the NGS open gardens program with Carol Klein.