Flourishing ideas

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Guests. Circular Head Garden Club is cultivating a season of extraordinary events.

Following a successful dutch auction last month, the local club is filled to the brim with ideas and events to bring to Circular Head.

First off, Wychwood Garden and Nursery owners Matt Bendall and David Doukidis will share their expertise at the club’s annual dinner later this month.

The magical Mole Creek garden is nestled at the foot of the Great Western Tiers, a scenic two-hour drive from Circular Head, and specialises in rare temperate perennials, bulbs and shrubs.

The local club has explored the 2.5 acre oasis in the past, previously owned by the Cooper family, and is now looking forward to hearing from the new owners, says club secretary Chris Medwin.

“Wychwood is a truly iconic garden and well known throughout the gardening world,” she says. 

Following its annual dinner, the club will host its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday July 25 and encourages new and returning members to join as an eventful year begins to unfold.

Mark Hay of Allan’s Garden Centre in Launceston will share his knowledge at the club’s Wednesday August 22 meeting, to be held at the Circular Head Trade Training Centre, Nelson Street in Smithton from 11.30am to 2.30pm. 

Exquisite perennial plants and shrubs will be available for browsing and purchase.

A four-night excursion to Hobart will follow in October with an itinerary filled with garden visits throughout the Huon Valley and Richmond area as well as a stop by the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens and Salamanca Market.

The Circular Head Garden Club annual dinner will be held on Saturday June 30 at the Irishtown Recreation Centre. For more information or the RSVP by Wednesday June 20 phone Chris Medwin on 0419 871 581.

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