In a white garden
Sissinghurst Castle is among the quintessentials of English Gardening. Created by Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson this garden acts like a mirror of their special and rather complicated relationship. An opposite attraction of strict form and luxuriant planting. The centrepiece pavilion in the “White Garden” reflects this enduring love. Planted with “Rosa mulliganii” it succumbs in July to a truly unique white passion. We are happy to offer a remake of that pavilion with our usual attention to detail.
Made of steel, hot-dip galvanised and powder-coated in Jet black, RAL 9005 or Red brown, RAL 8012. Please ask us for bespoke sizes.Assembly instructions