Sissinghurst Castle Garden in Kent is the world-renowned garden of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson. Discover why it remains one of the most iconic gardens in Britain.
As the summer comes to an end it's the South Cottage Garden that comes into its own. The fiery reds, oranges and yellows are a taste of things to come with autumn just around the corner.
This single-colour border takes in every shade of purple imaginable and blooms for many months. Vita's design went against common beliefs that it should be interspersed with complimentary colours.
With a passion for single toned gardens, the white garden was one of Vita's finest creations. Read on to find out more about this unique gardening masterpiece.
Take a look to see how we're restoring wild flowers in our meadows. Using the traditional art of scything our garden team are restoring the meadows to their former glory during Vita's time here.
Check back here monthly for notes from our gardeners about their highlights and the work we are doing. This month our gardener Helen tells us what she loves about roses.
Plants are at the very heart of Sissinghurst and our nursery is the hub of the garden. Find out more about this integral part of our work here and how you could take a little piece of Sissinghurst home with you.
Find out what's happening on the veg plot, with lots of harvesting and preparations for winter under way.