Bosham Open Gardens
This event is resting for 2018
Sorry, but Bosham Open Gardens isn't running this year. We'll keep you posted about next year's event details when they are known, but in the meantime we include below details from a previous year to remind you about the event
Bosham, Chichester, Sussex
Sunday 11th June 2017
11.00am to 5.00pm
The picturesque village of Bosham has a beautiful setting on the edge of Chichester Harbour. It is renowned for its ancient church and historic links with King Canute, King Harold and the Bayeux Tapestry
This biennial event offers a rare opportunity to visit many private gardens in and around Bosham Village.
There is something of interest for all gardeners including:
-- Gardens on the harbour's edge featuring coastal and wind-tolerant plants
-- Beautiful harbour views
-- More sheltered gardens in the village in a wide variety of styles and sizes
-- Rose gardens
-- Herbaceous borders
-- Organic vegetable gardens
-- Unusual container planting
-- Water features
-- Plant sales
-- Artwork and crafts for sale
-- Live music playing in the afternoon from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Enjoy lunch in a waterside garden with a glass of wine - booking and prepayment required (see website). Afternoon teas, home made cakes and live music in the Tea Garden. You can also eat The Berkeley Arms, Anchor Bleu, Breeze Café, and Millstream Hotel who are all supporting the day.
All proceeds to The Cure Parkinsons Trust.
Plant sales: In various gardens.
Cost: £7.00 per adult.
How to get event passports: On sale at participating gardens and in Bosham Car Park on the day. You can also purchase tickets in advance from the organisers (details below) and from various shops in the village - see our website link.
Contact the organisers: Phone: Rosemary Hanbury 01243 574 440 Email:
Directions: Bosham is situated about 3 miles west of Chichester. Head into Bosham Village from the A259 and the open gardens will signposted.
Location: Sussex. Use Sat Nav postcode: PO18 8NR (please verify before travelling)
Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.