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
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
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)