The Medieval Garden
The Medieval Garden is one of Crystal Brook Lavender Farm's first gardens. Long ago the medieval garden would service all aspects of the household. It contains a number of miniature gardens that would have been found in such gardens of the past.
The perfume garden supplied scented flowers to perfume rushes and rooms.
The lady's garden also supplied scented nosegays for women when they ventured out into the streets.
The walled medieval garden also features:
- The thyme garden
- The flower garden
- The fruit and citrus garden
- The kitchen herbs and vegetable garden
- The lavender garden
- The apothecary garden with its medicinal plants
- The still room garden with its pest repellants
- Water and grasses
- The cosmetic garden for body was and hair rinses
- The mint garden.
The Salvia Garden
The Salvia, grasses and penstemon garden delivers a colourful array with many different salvias for culinary and medicinal use.
The Memorial garden
The Memorial Garden at Crystal Brook Lavender Farm is dedicated to a special friend, with some of the flowers she loved.
The Australian Garden
The Australian Garden is a small garden with an old picket fence. Here you will find a range of our most common, rustic native plants.
The Japanese Garden
The garden greets you with its Cercis Canadensis or 'forest pansy' at the entrance. Cherry blossoms and a shaped black pine are just some of the features of the garden.
The Japanese Garden is a beautiful strolling garden. Follow the path and discover a new perspective and beauty around each corner.
The Potage Garden
Crystal Brook Lavender Farm grows its own seasonal herbs and vegetables for use in the café and home in the potage garden.
The French Quarter
Here you will find display gardens with a wide range of lavender species, separated by hedging. The garden also contains the French-styled rose garden.