Come and walk through the wattle

Check out the beauty of Gwyneth McCarron's garden at this year's Canowindra High School Open Gardens fundraiser. Photo by Federation Fotos.
Check out the beauty of Gwyneth McCarron's garden at this year's Canowindra High School Open Gardens fundraiser. Photo by Federation Fotos.

The Canowindra High School’s Open Gardens fundraiser will be on Saturday, October 21 to support the Canowindra High School P and C.

The gardens on display are; Nola Meggitt with a delightful mix of natives and exotics, John and Mary Newman with an inspiring mix of traditional and contemporary design for creative use of urban space, Eric and Leone Toole a predominantly, but not exclusively, easy care native garden creating a bush setting in town, Gwyneth McCarron who’s garden embraces the theme “Gardening is a journey not a destination”, Anna and Sam Stranger who’s large rural garden encompassing the theme of survival of the fittest, Eileen and Bill Wilson who’s open garden with cottage garden beds incorporates survivors of bygone days and Julie and Pete Middleton with a haphazard, ever evolving country garden planted at whim.

The day run’s from 9am-4pm, admission is $20 for seven gardens (Children under 18 free). Tickets available at Canowindra High School Office before the day, or at gardens one to four and seven.