“A Romantic, Shady Garden.”
There is a sense of peace & tranquility in this garden, reflecting my interest in eastern philosophy.
My many years of traveling give it a touch of belonging to another place. Whilst it also replicates my previous garden at Mulberry Cottage Harcourt, but on a much smaller scale.
It is not about rare plants, but mainly interesting design & foliage use. It is a shady place with lots of pots & interesting statuary.
Open: Saturday 29, Sunday 30 October.Friday 4, Saturday 5, Sunday 6, November. At any other time, by appointment.
Times: 10.00 am – 4.30 pm
Special Details: Partially wheelchair accessible. .
Restrictions: No dogs please.
Entry fee: $5.00 per adult, children free