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Garden Visiting - Arundel Castle

This week I went to see the Tulip Festival in the gardens at Arundel Castle. I wasn’t sure what to expect… a nice garden with lots of tulips?  94 more words


Two Castlemaine Town Gardens

Amners Garden and Serendipity are two Castlemaine town gardens I visited in Spring of 2016.

Amners is a large garden on a slope leading down to Campbell’s Creek whilst Serendipity is small and compact. 90 more words

A Medlar Experiment - and a Surprise!

I can assure you that the surprise was NOT that bletted medlars are the most delicious fruit I have ever tasted… However, I have now tasted (and when I say tasted I mean tentatively tried the teeniest bit on the end of a spoon) them and can report that they are not unpleasant – and that J & D (of… 240 more words


Rushworth Museum

Visitors and family inquires are always welcome at the Rushworth museum.

High Street Rushworth

Contact email rushworthmuseum@hotmail.com

Photos show the old Coxan Wagon shelter there is also a Duck punt beside it. 13 more words

Sherara, Lauriston

Today’s post features the second garden I visited on Wednesday, the 7th of September, as part of the Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival.

Sherara is a rural property near the township of Lauriston. 75 more words

Galston Open Gardens 2016

Warning: This post is written by a garden admirer/enthusiast, with no formal garden vocabulary up her sleeve!
This past weekend I attended my third Galston Open Gardens event since moving to Sydney. 235 more words


This is the time of year for walking in gardens, when they’re often at their most beautiful.    They’re also the most work if you want to choose a particular look, rather than just take what comes. 431 more words