2A Lorna Close

This garden is a plant lover’s paradise full of Laurel’s passion and enthusiasm for both old cottage garden favourites and new discoveries. Each plant has a story of where and how it was acquired. Come along and ask lots of questions and you are guaranteed to leave a better gardener.

The clever use of hard landscaping and numerous shrubs and trees creates a world of mystery which draws the visitor onwards to explore new treasures. Along the way you can also enjoy the quirky sculptures made from recycled materials. There are lots of roses and archways with perennials filling garden beds. Stop and enjoy the tranquillity of the rock pond and the various statues and seats scattered throughout the garden setting. Espaliered fruit trees are a feature of the back garden along with the very special area for the grandchildren with blackboard and hopscotch.

The garden is in a wonderful position making the most of the borrowed landscape of the Currabunda wetlands and Jordan’s Crossing Reserve.