The Harper’s Mansion Garden and Plant Fair

Plenty to enjoy on Sunday 29th October!

• Talks in the main tent in front of the Maze
• 10.30am “Potting up” by Charlotte Webb
• 12.00pm “Rare Camellias” by Stephen Utick
• 1.45pm Raffle Draw in front of maze
• 2.00pm Tails Up Dog Training – Demonstration by Edna, Margaret and friends on the front lawn
• Heritage Chickens – thanks to Margaret Stuart
• Flower Arrangement by Judy Keast
‘The Melbourne Cup’ in the House
• Face Painting by Rainbow Faces
• Devonshire Teas from 10.30am
• Sausage Sizzle
• Berrima Public School Exhibition
• Playing in the Maze

 

STALL HOLDERS
The Potting Shed: Maureen Gardner’s quirky array of vintage pots, plants and topiary.
Perennial Hill: Rare and desirable plants and shrubs.
Robyn Bible: Pelargonium and geranium specialist.
Southern Highlands Botanical Gardens: Locally grown rare perennials and shrubs.
Camellia Ark: Selling rare and otherwise unobtainable varieties, Japanese treasures, Chinese hedge camellias.
Roses and Friends: Local specialist in heritage roses.
Mt Murray Nursery: Cool climate plants, shrubs and gifts.
Bartonvale: Gorgeous fuchsias.
Alderwood: Locally grown cool climate perennials, shrubs and trees.
Glenmore House: Mickey Robertson presents unique gifts for house and garden.
Fiona Roderick Screen Prints: Delightful exclusive items for the home.
Brillig Farm: Delicious locally grown salads.
Elaine Musgrave: Acclaimed artist; botanical prints, paintings and cards.
Salt Room: Luxurious locally made skin care products.
Arenaria: Handmade sandstone garden sculptures.
Tool Wizard: The ultimate in garden tools.
Melinda’s Horse Shoe Art: Unique ironwork sculptures.
Curly: Master blacksmith, famous compost supplier.
Wingecarribee Animal Shelter: Meet your fellow dog walking friends.

Yellow House Heritage Perennials, Nowra

 

NATIONAL TRUST
Harper’s Jams and Chutneys: Berrima made, universally consumed.
National Trust Shop: Gifts for children, gardeners and bridge players. Books and Magazines: Garden books and magazines, cookbooks, interior design.

 

SPEAKERS AND EXHIBITORS
Charlotte Webb: Potting up perennials; secrets from well-known landscape and plant specialist.
Stephen Utick: Celebrate the cultural history of camellias in NSW with Stephen, the walking and talking camellia encyclopedia and Secretary of Camellia Ark.
Margaret Gray & Edna Carmichael: From Tails Up Dog Training (Moss Vale) with 2 and 4 legged friends with a fun demonstration showing what ‘no pain, no force, no fear’ training methods can do for you and your dog.
Margaret Stuart: Delight the kids or indulge your inner ‘chook’ and chat to Margaret about her rare chicken breeds.
Judy Keast: Renowned for their floral art, Judy and her team present a display themed ‘Melbourne Cup’, in the House.

 

Entrance fee: Harper’s Mansion and garden Adults $5.00 (school children free)
Maze fee $2.00 person (includes multiple entries)

Address:

9 Wilkinson Street
Berrima 2577 NSW

Open:

Saturday, Sunday & Public holidays 10.30am to 4.00pm

Closed:

Good Friday and from mid December to January 7th.

Phone:
(02) 4877 1508
Entry Fees:

House and Garden
Adult $8
Seniors/Unaccompanied children under 18 $7
Accompanied Children under 18 free
 
Garden and Maze
Admission - $5
Accompanied children under 18 - free
 
National Trust Members - Donations welcome
 
All Children under 12 must be accompanied by adult
 
Join the National Trust today and admission is free!
 
This Property is managed solely by Volunteers and all proceeds contribute to the maintenance of the house.

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