A visit to Nymans was our Sunday highlight. Set in the medieval landscape of the High Weald, near Haywards Heath, East Sussex, the garden is a series of beautiful experimental designs with stunning planting and spectacular vast views of the surrounding landscape. Some lovely colour was still provided by the Asters in the courtyard garden, the Fuchsia borders and the large collection of Heathers. What was most striking was how, without the full colour of summer flowering, the structure of the garden is revealed in all its glory. We particularly liked the topiary, the delicate shapes of the deciduous trees, the structural grasses framed brilliantly by formal hedging and the never ending opportunities for hide and seek for kids…always a surprise around the corner!