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A contemporary and naturalistic garden set in the hills of Little Hartley. Flowery meadows, perennial borders & woodlands are filled with some unusual plants. A garden with four seasons and the changes are dramatic. With spring's comes the blossom trees and drifts of daffodils. Summer is a riot of color with Roses, Lilies and perennials. Autumn is more somber with the turning of leaves in the trees and perennial meadows. Winter is filled with russet colors and displays of unusual seed heads.
|October||Saturday 09 to Sunday 10||9:00AM - 3:30PM|
|November||Saturday 13 to Sunday 14||9:00AM - 3:30PM|
|December||Saturday 11 to Sunday 12||9:00AM - 3:30PM|
|January||Saturday 08 to Sunday 09||9:00AM - 3:30PM|
|February||Saturday 12 to Sunday 13||9:00AM - 3:30PM|
Come and enjoy the garden. Family picnics on the lawns or just stroll and enjoy the vastness of the garden. Set on 3 acres.Garden bus groups are welcome but please book. Contact me via email email@example.com Wedding photos and small ceremonies bookings please email firstname.lastname@example.orgThanksStephen Vella
|Warning: Water in the garden,|
Note: Street parking out front and at Pippin Place.
|Summer avg. Max:||24°C||Winter avg. Min:||2°C|
|Avg Frost Days:||57|
|Annual Rainfall avg:||1120mm.||Summer avg.||361mm.|
|No. of rainy days:||51||Winter avg.||199mm.|
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Spring is a mixture of fresh greens and color from bulbs and herbaceous plantings that awaken from winters rest.In a matter of weeks these displays come and go and are followed by others to make the garden that more interesting. Here Siberian Iris and purple Hesperis intermingle with other and dominate the meadows.
The herbaceous displays reach their peak in December and the color and aromatic smells carry through the garden. The garden is buzzing literally with bees and butterflies looking for nectar where Lilliums,Salvias,Monarda, Agastache and Dahlias to mention a few take center stage.
There's plenty of Autumn interest in this garden. The Crab apples, Maples, and Pears display changing colors in their leaves to reds, oranges and yellows. Berries hang on Viburnums and Callicarpa in red and purple. The dwarf conifers of Picea and Abies are very structural and give green backing to herbaceous plantings that stands tall with displays of Asters fluffy seed heads, russet tones in Sedums and Miscanthus, Veronicastrums tall spikes, Monarda with their tight seed heads and this carries the display through to winter. The small bird life particularly Blue wrens are very noticeable as they feed on seeds and berries and any bugs
It truly is a sight to see snow falling in the valley of Hartley. This garden looks beautiful in the snow. The garden structure truley shows and the herbaceous meadows are designed and held back from cutting down for this one off natural wonder of snow fall. The picture shows a Cornus (dogwood) tracery with remnants of Miscanthus and Eupatorium seedheads holding the powder snow.
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