Taking advantage of our Blue Mountains environment, our verdant perennial border welcomes you from the road together with a white picket fence that forms the backbone of a formal cottage garden. Birch trees shade the pathway to the front door with Iris, tulips and roses in full growth on both sides. A majestic weeping cherry adds style to our gardens set amidst manicured lawns with secret pathways ensuring there is always an element of surprise for the garden visitor.
|Saturday, 26 September 2020||10:00AM - 4:00PM|
|Sunday, 27 September 2020||10:00AM - 4:00PM|
Children under 16 free, must be supervised, through our magnificent formal cottage garden. Spring is a magnificent time of year to visit spring bulbs flowering trees, iris in flower,
And Poly tunnels growing organic vegetables + seedlings
|Warning: Water in the garden|
Note: on road parking
|Summer avg. Max:||25°C||Winter avg. Min:||2°C|
|Avg Frost Days:||59|
|Annual Rainfall avg:||984mm.||Summer avg.||307mm.|
|No. of rainy days:||49||Winter avg.||200mm.|
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Welcome to our special garden.
Our formal cottage garden, with a sustainable feel.
As with any well designed garden, Spring is when our garden has a definite style to compliment its space and surroundings landscape, and it's why our garden work ...
Our two Rose gardens are bordered by mature box hedging with an archway forming the focal points, of the front garden. The archway is full flowers. We have high Birch trees lining the path to the front door. They form the backbone to our formal cottage garden.
Throughout the spring and summer Marilyn is in the garden painting many garden scenes, here is an example of her work.
Marilyn will have her art work on exhibition on the open garden days, most of her flower work has been painted in our garden .
As seen in this picture our over head clematis continues to flow and flower all through the roof of our garden. It's journey begins in the front gardens and travels around our garden. Spectacular through the passageway into the back veranda through spring and summer. Adding style to our garden all year round.
The roof of our garden. Notice the birch trees planted each side of the pathway , form the backbone of the front garden.
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