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October/November 2018 Newsletter

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Tasmania Trip November 2017

In early November seventeen members of Bathurst Gardeners’ Club travelled to Tasmania.  Based in Launceston we travelled out each day exploring the areas around Launceston, Deloraine and Mole Creek.  We were very lucky as the weather was fantastic for the whole week.   Apart from the many fabulous gardens we also did a cruise on the Tamar River, visited Entally Garden Fest, a cheese factory,  saw Tasmania Devils and visited historic properties.  Everyone had a great time and many of us wished our gardens looked as lush as those we saw.  The cooler climate and higher rainfall does wonders!  It was also lovely to catch up with Anna Gardiner again.  Anna was a former trip organiser for our club and now lives in Deloraine.  She kindly organised a whole day of gardens to visit in her area.

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NOVEMBER MEETING

OUR NOVEMBER MEETING WAS HELD AT THE HOME OF SCOTT AND KAREN MITCHELL.   THANK YOU FOR SHARING YOUR GARDEN WITH US.  ENJOY THE PHOTOS BELOW.

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The October 7 meeting will be held at 2pm at Spencer and Beryl’s garden at 9 Wilde Close, Llanarth. Stalwarts of the garden club, Spencer and Beryl have a lovely town garden featuring a variety of plantings including clematis, iris, succulents, salvia, penstemon and geraniums. Parking is limited as the garden is at the top of a steep cul-de-sac so drop-off only at the driveway and then park in Stinson Street or Endurance Court. Car sharing would be preferable.

Our November 4 meeting will be held at 2pm at Lesley and Keith’s property, “Greenbrook”, a rural property situated approximately 15 minutes north of Bathurst at 1237 Limekilns Road. The front of the property has a stunning view across the valley to the foothills of the Great Dividing Range. Keith and Lesley began developing the house paddock four years ago, planting native and deciduous trees, interspersed with shrubs and underplanted with bulbs, their aim being to create a windproof and tranquil area surrounding their house.

 

For further details about the meetings, please contact Elizabeth on 0416 115 796.  Please bring a cup a chair and a plate of food to share for afternoon tea.