Geoffrey & Etta Wyatt will be opening the gates of their parkland garden for all to see.
The magical place can be found in the South downs National Park with views towards Cissbury Ring and the sea.
This spring time garden was designed by Oliver Wyatt in 1945, a member of the Royal Horticultural Society and a snowdrop enthusiast who discovered and named two varieties of snowdrops; Galanthus Maidwell L and Maidwell C, and these can both be found at Cissbury.
The garden is open to all on Saturday 27 February and Thursday 3 March from 10am – 4pm. Admission is just £4.00 per adult and children go for free. Dogs welcome and home made tea is available.
For maps and more information visit NGS Cissbury
As a NGS garden, the proceeds go to charities such as; Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie Cancer Care and many more.