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The Beeches

Lewes

C18 walled garden with cut flowers, vegetables, salads and fruit. Separate orchard and rose garden. Herbaceous borders and hot border. There are two ponds, one with a willow house. Extensive lawns and a C18 barn. A hazel walk is being developed.
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    In the beautiful 18th century walled garden a wide range of fruit and vegetables grow, including apples, pears, plums, lettuces, spinach, chard, pak choi, squash and pumpkins.
    There is a blueberry cage and also a brassica cage with kale, cavolo nero, sprouts and cabbages.
    The two greenhouses produce many varieties of tomatoes, peppers and chillies, with basil, aubergines and cucumbers and there are also many different varieties of cut flowers.
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Press and Media Coverage

Featured on BBC4 A Year In An English Garden (23 Oct 2017).

The Beeches- Canceled

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On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

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  • Regular opening
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  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

Sandy Coppen
01273 401339
sand@thebeechesbarcombe.com
http://www.thebeechesbarcombe.com

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How to find us

The Beeches
Church Road
Barcombe
Lewes
East Sussex
BN8 5TS

Accessibility information

Some of the ground is a little bumpy but everything is accessible without steps.

More about The Beeches

In the beautiful 18th century walled garden a wide range of fruit and vegetables grow, including apples, pears, plums, lettuces, spinach, chard, pak choi, squash and pumpkins.
There is a blueberry cage and also a brassica cage with kale, cavolo nero, sprouts and cabbages.
The two greenhouses produce many varieties of tomatoes, peppers and chillies, with basil, aubergines and cucumbers and there are also many different varieties of cut flowers.
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