The maples are ‘magical’

Saturday 5th October 2019 8:35 am
Milford sculptor Christine Charlesworth created this group – Oranges and Lemons – at Ramster ()

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SPECTACULAR autumn colours go on show when Ramster Garden in Chiddingfold opens to visitors from 11am to 4pm every day from this Saturday (October 5).

For the first time, visitors will be treated to an eye-catching display for four weeks, including the unique 100-year-old avenue of maples, woodland areas with oak and larch, and the American red gum tree Liquidambar with long-lasting shades of orange, crimson and purple.

Rosie Glaister, who runs the 20-acre garden along with other members of her family who span three generations, said: “It was a big decision to open for this extended period as we are only a small team, but the autumn colour is so special we wanted to share it for as long as possible.

“The maples are simply magical and not to be missed.”

The Tea House will be open too. Dogs on short leads welcome. Full details available at:

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