Diane Beddison’s private garden is a beautiful garden built around the existing mature trees and shrubs inherited from the former garden and complements the historic Victorian brick home it surrounds.
Mica Grange was also part of the Castlemaine Garden Festival. Much of the property is quite open, with good use made of existing rocks and uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. The owner specialises in creating core-ten metal art work which is displayed in the garden.
Castlemaine holds a festival of gardens every two years and had 22 gardens open this year. Mossbank garden in Castlemaine was one of several highlights of the festival.
We visited a very special country garden, Jamelyn Heights Garden – Neerim East. Features near the entrance of this large country garden, included two circular hedges with curved faces and double flowering Wisteria’s inside them.
Beddison Garden Designs was a proud sponsor of this year’s Surrey Hills Music Festival held from 18-20 November 2016. The festival is an initiative of the Surrey Hills Neighbourhood Centre and their goal is to bring the community together through music. The Festival is partly funded by the City of Boroondara and generously supported by local Read more about Beddison Garden Designs Sponsors Surrey Hills Music Festival 2016[…]
What a joy to visit one of my favourite gardens on a misty autumn day! The garden is held together by strong design with much of its structure created through a series of hedges and well-chosen trees and shrubs. With numerous deciduous trees, autumn colours were stunning.
The Chelsea Flower Show was big! An hour of prime time television was given over to Chelsea highlights each evening for five nights. I arrived at Chelsea in London on Wednesday morning to sunshine.
I visited a wonderful garden on the weekend. Forest Glade is a large (5.6ha) 100 year old garden in Mount Macedon. Autumn colours in trees and shrubs were a highlight with Japanese maples being the stars.