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ALL 2019 GARDENS

Explore the 2019 gardens as they are revealed…

ICON KEY

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BYO picnic

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Dursley

Dursley

Dursley Garden was designed in 1916 by Alfred Buxton. Known then as Te Rangi Pai, it became Dursley Garden in the 1930s. Lovingly tended since 1972, Judith Callaghan is its chief gardener.

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Tarata

Tarata

Tarata is a two hectare woodland style garden named after the lemonwoods - Tarata - that owners Grant and Adrienne planted for shelter 25 years ago.

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Totara Cottage

Totara Cottage

Taking in a collection of small buildings and around one hectare of land, Tina Mansfield and Andy Cassells were drawn to Totara Cottage's gardening potential, especially the mature native trees and the variety of birds they sheltered.

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Summer House Garden

Summer House Garden

Take a bare plot of land on a hillside in Eketahuna, add plenty of horse manure to enrich the soil then wait for the worms to work their magic. Next, apply a healthy dose of resourcefulness by upcycling old farm materials to create garden structure, and you have a recipe for the Lambert’s ‘Summer House Garden'.
Kinder Garden

Kinder Garden

Developed over the last nine years by Erica Kinder, this colourful flower lover’s garden boasts poppies, peonies, irises, around 100 roses, organic produce and a cute vintage themed potting shed.

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