A Grade II* Listed estate and gardens will reopen for the new season soon.

Borde Hill, near Haywards Heath, is set to open its doors once again on February 10.

Members will be welcome a day earlier, on February 9, for a preview before the official public opening.

The Argus: A magnificent magnolia at Borde HillA magnificent magnolia at Borde Hill (Image: Borde Hill)

Visitors can look forward to 5,000 newly planted narcissus bulbs along the North Park Walk, which are set to flower in February and March.

The garden’s magnolia and camellia trials will be in bloom from February to mid-April.

Its renowned collection of blossoms are in their peak in February and March.

The garden will also showcase the emerging signs of spring including daffodils, snowdrops, crocus, and early flowering rhododendrons.

The Argus: Children enjoying a trail at Borde HillChildren enjoying a trail at Borde Hill (Image: Borde Hill)

Director Jay Goddard, fifth generation family custodian of the estate, said: “2024 is set to be a vibrant season at Borde Hill with new planting colour, exciting new events to be announced in the new year, and a new garden café to ensure visitors have a truly memorable visit to our beautiful heritage garden.”

The garden will be open from February 10 to December 22, 2024, between 10am - 5pm daily.

Tickets cost £12 for adults, £11.50 for concessions and £8 for children (three to 16 years).