12th & 13th October 10am to 4pm.
Explore the winding pathways of artist Shirley Fisher’s exquisite 1 acre Hills garden. Tropical palms, Tree Ferns and Cycads create a shady canopy for a lush under story of small ferns, cliveas and tractor plants.
There is a large collection of popular succulents to admire, and a colourful cottage garden section and keep exploring to visit the productive vegetable and fruit tree section. There is a magnificent specimen of Mauritius Hemp providing a fabulous colour contrast in the garden, amongst the many ornamental trees. There are over 60 types of birds regularly visiting. Enjoy the refreshments offered, with plenty of picnic spots on offer.
This open garden is raising funds for Fremantle Hospital.
Shirley will have her Art Gallery open, and plants for sale.
Talk WA Fern Society president John Banasiewicz talking about growing your own ferns from ‘Fern Spores’ @ 2pm.
Art Studio/gallery Open.
Refreshments including light lunches available.
Not Wheelchair friendly
Parking on verges
Entry $6, children under 18 enter free