The Secret Garden Wildes Meadow


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The Secret Garden is a hidden treasure nestled in the beautiful rural surrounds of Wildes Meadow. It is a 5 acre garden with a number of garden rooms, a cherry blossom walk, banks of Rhododendrons and Azaleas, a gazebo overlooking an ornamental lake, a 20-meter long wisteria covered arbour, natural woodland, and probably the best display of alpine phlox in the district. It also has kitchen garden, a cutting garden full of seasonal flowers and an orchard.

Open Garden Dates/Times

Saturday, 05 October 2019 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Sunday, 06 October 2019 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Entry Fee: $10

Children under 16 free one child per adult

Warning: Water in the garden

Location & Contact Info

  • 51 Blencowes Lane

Local Climate Zone: 8-9 - Cool Temperate to Alpine

Summer avg. Max: 24°C Winter avg. Min: 2°C
Avg Frost Days:50
Annual Rainfall avg: 1254mm. Summer avg. 311mm.
No. of rainy days: 51 Winter avg. 272mm.

Also open on Sat, 05 October 2019

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Garden Guide

The Secret Garden, Wildes Meadow.

The Secret Garden is a hidden treasure nestled in the beautiful rural surrounds of Wildes Meadow, an area in the Southern Highlands known for its deep rich soils and cool climate.

Owned and managed by local horticulturalist Kathy Finigan, the garden has been gradually developed over the past 25 years.
Kathy and her husband purchased the block in late 1993 and at that point there were no gardens or trees on the entire 5-acre property.
The property is in a low-lying area with dark peaty soil over yellow clay which can make the block wet at times but as the soil tends to retain moisture so there is no need for irrigation. The soil is quite acid so along with its moisture holding capacity is ideal for ...

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