Garden Lovers Trail
TO VISIT IN NORTH-EAST TASMANIA
The North East Garden
Lovers Trail is a group of private gardens situated in the scenic
Dorset muncipality of Tasmania. The trail does not have grand
and professionally designed creations but, instead a selection
of gardens created from the heart by the owners. Each garden is
distinctly different and offers the viewer something unique in
style, atmosphere and the type of plants grown and as well the
chance to enter into the world of the gardener and maybe a glimpse
into the soul of the garden.
A feature of the trail
is the setting of each garden in the magnificent rural scenery
of the area.
TO USE THE TRAIL:
Because the gardens are only open by appointment those wishing
to see all or just some of the gardens on the trail need to contact
the following number 0363532148 or 0438532146 or
email email@example.com for arrangements to be made.
The cost to see each garden is $5.00 -a discount will be offered
if 4 or more gardens are visited. The trail operates from early
October through to early May.
along scenic Legerwood Lane this garden is a haven in spring with
very old camellias (alsmost 100 years) a major feature along with
a collection of bearded iris adding colour and vibe.
open lawn area features lovely old trees and overlooks the idyllic
rural landscape . For the astute many plant treasures can be found
in this garden the bones of which was planted almost 100 years ago
Beryl & Pat Duffy
Legerwood Lane - PH :63646371
GARDENS & Museum
in a bushland setting this garden features dry rock walls with
rhododendrons, camellias and azaleas flowering during Spring.
Old implements dot the garden with a museum being a centrepiece
of this restful, bird friendly place.
Sheryl & Gregg Martin
80 Oakdene Road Jetsonville (off B84)
6352 2697 FAX: 6352 4497
colourful borders using perennials, grasses and shrubs along with
exotic trees have been created in this plant collectors garden.
A large productive vegetable garden is a feature.The garden is
designed to take advantage of the beautiful views. Light lunches
and teas can be arranged at this garden (Toilet)
John & Rae Wardlaw
58 West Maurice Road Ringarooma
6353 2148 EMAIL:firstname.lastname@example.org
water features, dry stone walls and a sunken garden
enhance the Mediterranean, pseudo Japanese and Australiana style
gardens which are artistically interspersed with areas in the
open and shade. (Toilet)
Eileen and Frank Edwards.
Tasman Highway (A3) 23km east
of Scottsdale and 4km west of Branxholm
PH: 6354 6152 - OPEN:
Phone Eileen for a visit.
garden is artistically designed around two large stream fed ponds
and features shrubs, perennials and grasses that give unique colour
and form. A walk through natural bush with ferns, native peppers
and eucalypts is an extension of the garden.
Anne & John Beggs
1366 Warrentinna Rd. Branxholm
A relaxing place to picnic and stroll
has been a community project for generations and displays native
plants as well as rhododendrons. Several ponds form the basis
of this park.
Highway (A3) 0.5 Km from town centre.
OPEN: All times,
gardeners opening their gardens by appointment are usually home.
Just give them a ring to arrange a visit.
of Cloverleigh Garden and Mara Ponds by Annette Duffy