Open Gardens 2019
Please look out for “OPEN GARDEN” signs.
Please purchase the rose fair magazine which contains the open garden map. This will entitle you to a free entrance to see the roses at the hall. All income from sales and advertising goes to support our 2019 projects
24 VIGNE LANE - Bea and Hubertus Saurma – Jeltch
An English Country garden. Roses for sale. Open Sunday only
26 BUITENKANT STREET – Ueltschi Walther and Martin Binder
A formal rose garden in the front, mixed planting and open meadow at the back. Tea and home made pastries on sale for charity.
42 OAK STREET - Angie and Rob Taylor
An informal country garden facing the road, around the front, a large ponds surrounded by trees.
24a OAK STREET - Adrienne and Brian Rogers
An informal mixed cottage garden with roses, shrubs,and fruit trees. Refreshments available
18 & 20 WEST STREET- Karen and Steve Jossel
A mixed vegetable garden adjoining an informal country garden with roses and woodland area. Local produce for sale. Wine tasting Saturday.
12 REGENT STREET – Mari and John Smalberger.
A mixed country garden with a formal rose section
112 MAIN ROAD – Kathi and Evan Hodkinson
A well established garden, with a formal entrance. English country planting, a vegetable and rose garden surrounded by established trees. Refreshments available
14 DS Botha –
This compact rose garden has a formal layout front and back as well as a small woodland area
OAK STREET COMMUNITY GARDEN - bottom of Oak Street.
This indigenous commonage is maintained by the residents in this area. Take a picnic or just relax on a bench.
THE COUNTRY VILLAGE - Stroll through the tranquil grounds of the Country Village with its varied small gardens and beautiful views. Enjoy a picnic and music at the lake.
Eddie and Betty Johannes
Josephine and Gerald Robyn
Johannes Daniels and Charlene Poole
We are immensely grateful to all the residents who have opened their gardens for viewing.