How good was the sound of a few spots of rain on the roof last night? I walked the garden this morning and all plants are dust free and smiling. Our one lonely little keet (guinea fowl baby) is on display..he is very cute and I am sure the children will love looking at him.
The potage garden after a late start (frost in late Nov.) is looking good with tomatoes, beans, eggplant, capsicum, melons, zucchini, corn, edamame (what the guineas left anyway!!), plus the usual round of weeds. We even have a few sunflowers with their golden heads.
There is not a lot of lavender and for the first time we are watering the display gardens, but we still have some lovely lavender for you to see.
Music again from 2.00 to 5.00pm on the Saturday afternoon
$2.00 from every entry will be donated to the RFS.
The program can be viewed in "events", so you will be able to catch up with your favourite people...plus we have some exciting new people with displays.
New for 2020: Guest water colour artist: Goulburn spinners & weavers: Garden artist: aromatherapists