The trail features five stunning and diverse gardens offering something for all garden lovers.
The collection showcases 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 historic buildings and magnificent escarpment and valley views.
Hartvale Gardens will feature Floral By Nature (florist), Hartley Truffles, Hartley Gourmet Bakes, homewares by Bespoke on Main, artwork by Jennifer Edwards plus complimentary tea/coffee plus plants for sale. Picnics welcome.
‘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. Blue Mountains Lavender will be there selling their beautiful lavender products.
Wild Meadows Garden will have their nursery open.
The Harp Of Erin Garden will have their nursery open and will be selling coffee.
Sat 5th and Sunday 6th March
COST: $15 per person per garden (Hartvale Garden $10 Harp of Erin free of charge)
Children under 16 free of charge
10am – 4pm each day
‘Highfields’. 111 John Grant Rd, Little Hartley. 10am -4.00pm
‘Hartvale’ 49 Sunray Ave, Little Hartley. 10am – 4.00pm
‘Wild Meadows’. 243a Coxs River Rd, Little Hartley. 9.30am – 4pm
Goryu’ Japanese Garden 85 Banners Lane, little Hartley. 9am -5 pm (Maple Springs Nursery sells cool climate trees and beautiful Maples)
Harp of Erin Garden – 2329 Great Western Highway, Little Hartley 10am – 4pm.
More information can be found on www.myopengardens.com.au.