Prior to the hard work of those who arranged the garden, the land was a horse paddock. It sported nothing but grass.
The garden was arranged to provide an informative and educational experience. It has 6 distinct areas:
- The perennial border.
- The dry garden.
- The edible garden.
- The forest garden.
- The parterre garden.
- The display gardens.
It really is a wonderful place to explore. If you would like more information, please see their website at http://www.alowyngardens.com.au/index.html. They also have some lovely photos of each of the garden areas.
So here are my photos of the garden. Unfortunately the light wasn’t the greatest when we went, but I think they give you an idea of what you can find.
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