THE owners of three of Singleton Heights’ most beautiful gardens have joined forces to raise funds and awareness about the Sleepover Respite Cottage project and Singleton Disability Respite Services.
The garden ramble takes place on Sunday, September 16, when three adjacent gardens in Geary Avenue will be open to the public from 10am until 4pm
Ruth and Austin Latter at 24 Geary Avenue, Wendy and Phil Hayward at 20 Geary Avenue and their next door neighbour Bobbie Stacey are all busy getting their wonderful terraced gardens into tip top condition ready for the ramble.
Built on the hill overlooking a lagoon, the gardens have been a true labour of love with the Latters working on their garden for the past 12 years, the Haywards more than 10 years and Mrs Stacey for seven years.
All have points of interest. The Stacey garden features recycled products with bed heads for hand rails and old paling fencing for retaining walls and the effect is stunning.
A wonderful mini rainforest lives in the Latter garden and many winding paths and secret places are a highlight of the Hayward garden.
On the day, Devonshire teas will be available and plants will be on sale and there will also be raffle.
For more information contact: 65714555.