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Garden Grandeur

When:

Sat 21 Nov 2015–Sun 22 Nov 2015, 10:00am–4:00pm

Where: Mincher, Woodbridge, 338 Riverhead-Coatesville H’way/36 Glenmore R, Coatesville

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: kbbe

Enjoy a day's outing on either the 21st or 22nd November between 10am and 4 pm and visit "Woodbridge" and "Mincher" gardens, two of Coatesville's five star NZ Garden Trust properties in their late spring splendour.

Tony and Christine Peek welcome you to "Woodbridge" situated at 36 Glenmore Road. Forged from bare farmland the property has developed into a beautifully designed garden featuring enclosed and open spaces, lawn, water features and woodland areas all planted imaginatively with many interesting varieties of plants and trees. Special vistas include a lavender walk and wildflower meadow.

Bruce and Angela Spooner welcome you to "Mincher," situated at 338 Coatesville Road. Old orchards, ponds inhabited by water fowl and ducks along with formal and informal planting surround a Georgian styled house in this delightful large rural garden. Explore the expansive native walkways, walled kitchen garden and Victorian inspired glasshouse.

Car parking is on site and you will be directed where to park. Both gardens are wheelchair friendly with public toilets available.

Visitors are welcome to take their own picnic lunch to enjoy at either venue where some outdoor seating is available.
Refreshments will also be available for purchase on the day.

A variety of products will be on sale at both venues and a rafflle will be included at Woodbridge. This will be drawn after the event has closed on the Sunday and the winner will be contacted by phone.
On the day there will be facilities to pay by Eftpos or cash. We regret no credit cards will be accepted.

All proceeds go to Hospice North Shore and St Peter's Anglican Church, Takapuna

Entry terms and conditions:
Your ticket is valid for one entry to each garden and is non-refundable
The garden tour will proceed regardless of the weather
Persons entering the garden do so at their own risk. The organisers and property owners accept no responsibility for injury or damage to your property or person and entry is on this basis only
Children must be supervised at all times as there are water features in both gardens
Due to wild life habitation on site, no dogs are allowed (except guide dogs)
These are private gardens so please keep to the designated walkways and follow the signage directions within the gardens for optimal viewing

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