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23 Oldfield Road

An exotic tropical garden with hot beds of colour inc cannas, gingers, musa, palms, Tetrapanax papyrifer and gunnera. A stunning large collection of succulents inc 70 varieties of aeonium, aloes, agaves and other succulents. The garden is in two sections, both with lawns surrounded by herbaceous borders that inc the exotic plants.

Owner Info

  • Kathy & Ray Bennett
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About 23 Oldfield Road

An exotic tropical garden with hot beds of colour inc cannas, gingers, musa, palms, Tetrapanax papyrifer and gunnera. A stunning large collection of succulents inc 70 varieties of aeonium, aloes, agaves and other succulents. The garden is in two sections, both with lawns surrounded by herbaceous borders that inc the exotic plants.

23 Oldfield Road features

  • Autumn Colours
  • Dahlias
  • Newly Opened This Year
  • Plants for sale
  • Town Garden

Location details

23 Oldfield Road,
Eastbourne,
East Sussex,
BN20 9QD

Directions to 23 Oldfield Road
From A2272 Polegate to Eastbourne Rd, travelling S turn R into Broad Rd & 1st L into Oldfield Rd. If travelling N turn L into Broad Rd then L into Oldfield Rd.

23 Oldfield Road openings

A group opening is when a number of gardens open together on the same day.

Refreshments Sorry, no refreshments on 8 Sept, local cafés nearby. Refreshments in aid of Family Support Work (14 July only).
Admission Adult: £7.00
Child: Free
Opening times 13:00-17:00

Accessibility

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FAQs

Payment is by cash only. Please get in touch with the owners for more details.

Sorry, there is no available parking for coaches at 23 Oldfield Road at this time.

Sorry, no dogs are allowed in the garden at this time.

Yes, there are various plants offerred for sale at 23 Oldfield Road, please enquire with the owners for more details.

Sorry, 23 Oldfield Road does not yet accommodate wheelchair users.

23 Oldfield Road is not explicitly a wildlife garden, but you may still find various indigenous flora and fauna.