Jenny's Garden

Saturday 16 March, 2024 to
Sunday 17 March, 2024

Strictly only opening on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th of March. Please respect the garden owners' privacy and visit only during opening hours.


10.00am - 4.30pm

Entry: $10 Adults/$6 Students (with ID card) /Under 18 free

  • Tickets can be booked and pre-paid online via TryBooking. You can also pay on the day.
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Garden Notes

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Please stay at home if you're unwell


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Jenny's garden features large herbaceous perennial beds that contribute to this garden’s old world charm. 

The winding path from the front leads through deep shrub borders to the largely productive rear garden where there is a mini orchard, including a quince, a pear, a lemon and several apple trees. There is also a bed of raspberries and a large potager garden, replete with tomatoes, rhubarb, asparagus, culinary herbs and other seasonal crops.

Perennials such as Chilean Pitcher Sage (Lepechinia salviae), Phlomis spp., and many other members of the Mint (Lamiaceae) family, as well as various grasses and members of the Daisy family, add to the garden’s interest.

St. Paul’s catering group will be providing morning and afternoon teas on both days of this opening.

The nearest toilets are nearby on Maling Rd.

Jenny's Garden is located on the lands of the Wurundjeri people. Open Gardens Victoria wish to acknowledge the Traditional custodians of this land and we pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

 

Garden Notes

Information and advice on garden visiting

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