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From births and birthdays to weddings and anniversaries, or for remembrance, sending a loved one flowers is an ideal way to let them know that you're thinking of them. Providing flower deliveries throughout the Sussex area, Arena Flowers make it easy to send spectacular bouquets, with plenty of choice to ensure that you’ll be able to find the perfect display for any occasion.Read more
Sussex plays host to a number of inspirational flower festivals and gardening events every year. Among these is the Chichester Festival of Flowers, where the interior of the city's spectacular Medieval Cathedral is decked in beautiful floral displays. Another option is the Bishop’s Palace Gardens, which are a particularly verdant and tranquil spot all year round.
A more offbeat flower show can be found at West Grinstead’s Floral Fringe Festival, held in the grounds of the 19th Century Knepp Castle, which encourages participants to submit entries that reflect the year’s chosen theme in an unusual and creative way.
For the past twenty years, Pashley Manor Gardens in the market town of Wadhurst have held an annual Tulip Festival, celebrating this incredible flower through large displays, featuring thousands of blooms that showcase the colour and diversity of its varieties.
With the natural beauty of the South Downs and the historic woodland of the Weald running right through their heart, the counties of East and West Sussex have a rich horticultural history. Their county flower is the Round-Headed Rampion, also known as the Pride of Sussex, and the area boasts many attractive public gardens.
The Nymans estate, near Haywards Heath, combines a romantic, gothic ruin with lush gardens, overflowing with brightly coloured flowers sourced from around the globe. Sheffield Park has been the site of pleasure gardens since the 1700s, and is now home to a fine selection of Ghent Azaleas and Rhododendrons.
Brighton and Hove have a long history of attracting pleasure seekers, and this is reflected in the city’s gardens, including the grounds of the iconic Pavilion, one of the most popular places to relax on a sunny afternoon, and St Ann’s Well Gardens, which hosts both native and exotic species and a scented garden, specially designed for the visually impaired.
Sussex is also home to the world’s largest seed conservation project, housed at Wakehurst Place, the country estate of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. The seeds of ten percent of the world’s plant life are preserved on site, and the diversity of the surrounding gardens makes this a spot of both great scientific interest and incredible beauty.
If you’re looking for flowers that will put a smile on a loved one’s face, Arena Flowers are happy to help. With a wide range of arrangements to suit all tastes, occasions and budgets, and delivering throughout the Sussex region, ordering flowers online couldn’t be simpler.