The trail features five stunning and diverse gardens offering something for all garden lovers.
The collection showcases a magnificent 100 year old garden, cottage gardens filled with a riot of colour. Japanese gardens, prairie gardens, beautiful water features and rare plants, extensive perennial borders, loads of great ideas for the home gardener plus magnificent escarpment and valley views.
‘Hillandale’ garden will feature an Artisan market.
‘Highfields’ will be selling their home grown plants from Clover Hill Rare Plants. Tea & coffee available and the Hartley Progress Association will have their BBQ fired up selling the great Aussie sausage sandwich plus Jams, condiments and other treats to raise funds for various local community support programmes. Picnics welcome.
Hartvale will have market stalls and art for sale by Jennifer Edwards. Tea and coffee available, plus slices and cakes from Hartley Valley Gourmet Bakes, flowers by Floral By Nature, and pottery/ironwork by Earth Ochre Iron. The RFS will be selling sausage and steak sandwiches for lunch and picnics are also welcome.
The Trails will be open Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th of November.
COST: $15 per person per garden (Hartvale Garden $10)
Children under 16 free of charge
- ‘Hillandale’. 287 Eusdale Rd, Yetholme. 9am-5pm
- ‘Highfields’. 111 John Grant Rd, Little Hartley. 10am -4.00pm
- ‘Hartvale’ 49 Sunray Ave, Hartley. 10am – 4.00pm
- ‘Wild Meadows’. 243a Coxs River Rd, Little Hartley. 9.30am – 4pm
- ‘Goryu’. 85 Banners Lane, Little Hartley. 9am -5 pm
- (Maple Springs Nursery sells cool climate trees and beautiful Maples)
More information can be found on www.myopengardens.com.au.