Corpus Christi, Church Lane, BN5 9PE
The land at Corpus Christi enables us to grow a wide range of plants from across the world which includes a substantial group of camellias that will eventually provide a screen and shelter from wind creating a microclimate as well as good shelter for birds. Other shrubs have been selected to have a dual purpose to provide much needed foliage to support the church flowers. A substantial island bed has been planted in the autumn of 2018 with a wide range of herbaceous on the east end mainly yellow and white echoing the Acer cappadocicum Aureum planted in 2011, through oranges and apricots in the centre and then pinks mauves and blues under that magnolia. Cut flower is also significant for church and house use, along with vegetables and soft fruit.