As the Autumn season for Open Gardens Canberra draws to a close there is no need to suffer withdrawal. Three gardens will be opened as part of the Nimmitabel open gardens and plant fair to be held over the weekend of 21-22 April. See this brochure for more information.
This weekend, as the cooler weather finally sets in, take the time to visit our last two gardens. The Fetherston Gardens are open for one day only, as part of the 2018 Canberra and Region Heritage Festival. http://opengardenscanberra.org.au/event/oaks-estate-garden/ http://opengardenscanberra.org.au/event/fetherston-gardens/
The Open Gardens Canberra Scholarship provides an exciting opportunity for a CIT student in any horticulture stream to receive financial assistance with their studies and work with Canberra gardeners to open their gardens to the public. Eligible students should be in their first year of a CIT qualification in horticulture or landscaping, within the CIT Department [...]
Our Spring season is drawing to a close with the final open garden this coming weekend. Opening times are 10 am to 4 pm both Saturday and Sunday November 25th & 26th Persephone 17 Julius Street, Pearce. This semi-formal garden features exotic trees, shrubs and perennials. Hedging and mass plantings create different spaces to relax and [...]
Why not take some photos while visiting this weekend's open gardens? Open Gardens Canberra members can submit entries to the Garden Clubs of Australia 2018 Annual Photography Competition. For more information see the entry form: 2018 ANNUAL PHOTO COMPETITION ENTRY FORM
Open Gardens Canberra is pleased to be partnering with the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) to provide a $2,000 scholarship to assist a CIT horticultural student with tuition fees, books and equipment in their second and third year. Applications for first year horticultural students will open mid-2017 and the successful applicant will be announced in late [...]