Iris Garden - Bilpin

Bilpin , NSW, 2758

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A private property, The Iris Garden, Bilpin, features a diverse range of irises, including over 1,000 tall bearded. Please email irisaustralis@gmail.com to arrange your visit. Alternatively, see me at: Bilpin Flower Show - 12 and 13 October; NSW Iris Show, Blackheath - 19 and 20 October; Eidolia Park (Millthorpe Garden Ramble) - 2 and 3 November If you're interested, I can also discuss recent iris trips to USA, Italy, France, Slovakia, Poland, UK etc

Open Garden Dates/Times

OctoberWednesday 23 to Thursday 31 10:00AM - 4:00PM
NovemberFriday 01 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Monday 04 to Wednesday 06 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Free entry

Entry by appointment, just to ensure I'm home. Please email irisaustralis@gmail.com. The garden is primarily open to showcase the beauty and diversity or irises.

A limited number of potted Iris are available for sale.

Warning: Water in the garden, Uneven surfaces

Location & Contact Info

  • Bells Line Of Road
  • Bilpin , NSW, 2758

Local Climate Zone: 9 - Cool Temperate

Summer avg. Max: 26°C Winter avg. Min: 3°C
Avg Frost Days:26
 
Annual Rainfall avg: 1340mm. Summer avg. 477mm.
No. of rainy days: 55 Winter avg. 197mm.

Also open on Thu, 24 October 2019

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Garden Guide

The Iris Garden, Bilpin, offers 1,200 metres of iris beds, primarily featuring tall bearded iris, but also hosting dwarf and median bearded iris, various species irises along with wetland and water iris.

Bilpin, a fruit growing enclave set amongst ...

Irises are labelled and grown in clumps

Photo courtesy of B Levy

The garden also has some species iris

Iris Swerti was first identified in 1612.

Garden Clubs are welcome

Take in the Blue Mountains views....

Modern cultivars from all over the world

In addition to hundreds of Australian cultivars, the garden features tall bearded irises from USA, Canada, Slovakia, France, Germany, UK etc.

NSW Iris Show

NSW Iris Show, Blackheath 19-20 October
Bilpin Flower Show 12-13 October

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