Triple Treat – Tigminou
29 October @ 10:00 am - 30 October @ 4:00 pm
Tigminou (‘My home’ in South Moroccan Tachelhit Berber language) is a heritage house (1927 Federal Capital Commission home style no. 10) and garden inspired by countries the owner’s family call home: Morocco, France and Australia. Located in a heritage precinct in Barton, the streetscape features majestic trees. There is magnificent English oak at the rear of a ‘rescue garden’ featuring many familiar garden favourites – mostly unwanted and unloved plants migrated from neighbours and friends’ plots, saved from a certain death. Tigminou is an untamed work in progress.
Tigminou garden notes are available.
- Eventbrite bookings are required for all non-members except children.
- Members of Open Gardens Canberra are not required to book a ticket.
- Special ticket prices apply to the Triple Treat gardens – $15.00 for all gardens.
- You can renew your membership and join Open Gardens Canberra on Join-It.
The Lions Club of Canberra Brindabella will provide refreshments.
Supported charity: Canberra Refugee support
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All gardens are open from 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.
Garden entry is free for members, and members don't need to book.
Visitor booking and entry:
Garden entry is $10.00 for visitors 18 years and over.
Special pricing may apply to some openings.
Visitors can use the Eventbrite link in the garden description above to book and pay for their tickets.
Join Open Gardens Canberra for only $30 and all gardens are free for the membership year (to end June).