Spring at Sissinghurst Castle Garden
Spring sees lots of changes here at Sissinghurst. The garden is fully open from Saturday 7 March which makes for a great time enjoy the clusters of daffodils in the orchard as well as an array of colour around the estate
Spring sees the start of the early season bloom, and we're lucky enough here at Sissinghurst to have a flurry of early season colour in some areas of the garden, one of those spaces being the Lime Walk.
The Lime Walk is lined by a gallery of lime trees and is always looking at it's finest during this time of the year, and with some colourful low level planting in the borders it makes for a great sight during the spring months.
The spring orchard
Another sight not to miss during spring is our orchard which will be brimming with daffodils and crocuses. The orchard sits within the garden and is framed by the moat, a great spot to sit back, relax and enjoy the view.
It's not just outside though that you can enjoy though, as the library will also follow suit and be opening to all on Saturday 7 March. The house team have been hard at work conserving our vast collection and making vital improvements to our indoor spaces, take a look inside the library from 7 March to see some of Vita and Harold's most prized possesions.
For young explorers
Spring is a great time of year to visit with the family, the estate starts to wake up with wild colour and wild sounds which are great fun to explore. There's also spring activities to try which you can pick up from visitor reception as you adventure through the estate. Over the Easter holidays we'll be turning the oast house into a nature area, with lots of ranger and veg gardener activities as well as wild arts and crafts for all the family to enjoy.
Around the estate
It's not just the garden that gets a coating of spring colour at Sissinghurst, there's also our 450 acre estate which comes to life during this time of year. Crocuses and daffodils start the season off in a flurry, dotted around the vast woodland and in the surrounding fields.
Late April sees the bluebells come into their own, with splatters of colour on the ground creating a carpet of purple amongst the trees.