Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Geelong Botanic Gardens

I had a reason go to Geelong today, so added in a visit to the botanic gardens because the Friends' Nursery is open on Wednesday mornings.

Perennial borders looking fantastic:

Also came across their wonderful ginkgo:
This tree is on the National Trust's Register of Significant Trees.

We enjoyed morning tea in the gardens. A few plants from the nursery came home, as well as a few more from the Wombat Gully nursery.

The main reason for my trip to Geelong will have to wait for another blog post once I have tidied up my sewing room a bit.


Julierose said...

what an absolutely beautiful border--you have so many lovely garden spots...not so many around here...too much development...Hugs, julierose

Pamela said...

Gorgeous! What a beautiful place to visit.

jacaranda said...

Your garden is up there with botanical gardens. Exciting to buy more interesting plants, I love that ginkgo tree, often call in the Geelong to gather some fallen leaves.

Jeanette said...

That gingko tree must be well over 100 years old, it is huge.
Regional botanical gardens are always interesting, we reap the benefit of Victorian era foresight and wealth. And the current 'friends of' who are so dedicated.

hetty said...

What a beautiful place!

Pink Rose said...

Hi Vireya what a beautiful place,thankyou for sharing xx

Marie Králová said...

It is a beautiful walk through the botanical garden. Marie