Green Spring Gardens in Huntts Valley for the Holidays
Posted On July 25, 2021
Green Spring gardens in Huntys Valley are now open to the public for the first time since December 2016.
The garden was originally set to open to public in January 2018, but it has been extended to a public holiday from May 10 to June 5, 2018.
The gardens will remain open until October 15, 2018, when the public holiday is over.
The garden has been a long-time dream of the owner, Untermyers Garden, who is a professional gardener and farmer.
“The green spring garden was a dream of mine,” she said.
I hope that the people of Huntys can take some time out to relax, enjoy some flowers, and savour some springtime. “
I’m grateful for all the support I’ve received from my team, friends and community, and it’s been great to be able to share my story with the world.”
I hope that the people of Huntys can take some time out to relax, enjoy some flowers, and savour some springtime.
It’s such a special time in the life of a garden and a special place in the history of the area.
“We have an amazing array of flowers, from chrysanthemums to lavender and pomegranates. “
People were surprised to see the green spring in full bloom and we were quite excited about it,” said Mr Huntys.
Mr Huntys Garden will also be able purchase plants from a local nursery and sell them at the garden. “
All the plants and flowers have been chosen and carefully selected, so that they are suitable for the seasons.”
Mr Huntys Garden will also be able purchase plants from a local nursery and sell them at the garden.
He said that there were a number of plants that he wanted to keep as a gift, such as an almond, a cherry and a lily.
“They’re all wonderful and would love to see them in the garden.”
The garden is currently in the process of being upgraded to a larger garden, and the current plan is to be open for public gardening again in the autumn.
“It’s been a bit of a struggle to get the green springs to the right place, but with the help of the community and the gardeners we have been able to get there,” Mr Huntsey said.
“This is a great opportunity for the garden to be a more visible part of Hunty Valley, with more visitors coming to enjoy the garden and see the wonderful variety of plants we have.”
The Huntys Gardening Club is planning to host a public gardening event on Saturday, September 13, to celebrate the opening of the garden, at 1.30pm.
“A public garden has always been a great way to connect with other gardeners, and we think it’s the perfect way to kick off this year,” Mr Hughes said.
The public garden will be open to members and members of the public.
Mr Hughes added that the garden will have a small number of visitors for special events and events on Saturday.