Monday, 10 February 2020

Subtropical Paradise and an Eclectic China Collection

The combined outing for Woolgoolga and Coffs Harbour Garden Clubs was a cracking experience. Firstly we congregated along the Jetty foreshores picnic area for a shared morning tea.

Claudia pointing out the huge Camphor Laurel
The first garden designed and owned by Claudia Neville (https://gardenexpressions.com.au/) was an absolute treat to visit. The garden runs down quite a steep incline over three blocks.

Hard to appreciate, but there were over 30 people in this garden

A real paradise
The second garden visited held an amazing collection of fine bone china - not as you would expect in a display cabinet, but out in the open with succulents growing in them!

These tea sets were set atop pavers
It was fun for us to recognise many china patterns we have in our own homes.

As seen from this image, there were a LOT of teasets
'Friendship through Gardens' 

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