Sun, 29 Jan 2017
Stuarts’ garden is on one acre of ground which was originally a peat bog. A feature of the garden is the swiftly flowing Bullock Creek which is host to a number of tame trout. The creek edge has been planted with hostas, Japanese and Siberian irises, ferns, Peltiphyllum and rodgersias.
For information on visiting Stuarts Garden click here.
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