Step into a lush oasis of enchanting gardens with meandering pathways leading you to secluded tranquil settings, where you can enjoy the sounds of the birds as you read a novel or simply take time out to relax. whether you choose to sit below the weeping willow, beside the pond or take in the sensual setting of our rose garden, you will soon be lulled by the gentle sounds of nature.
Read all about what is happening in our garden and innovative gardening tips from ruth rupprecht, our resident horticulturist.
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Due to the ongoing water restrictions we are prohibited from watering the garden and strive to be as water wise as possible. We encourage guests not to use bathtubs and only shower shortly.
Making your own compost is a simple task that is not only good for your lawn but also helps cut down on waste. you can make your own compost by taking vegetable or fruit scraps, such as the peeled skin from a carrot, potato, apple, etc. these work well and also give your lawn great nutrients that they wouldn’t get elsewhere.
Using mulch throughout your garden is not only a beautiful way to enhance the look of your garden but it also provides a natural way to save water by less need to water and protects plants as well. and also keep the moisture close to the plants.
Due to the water scarcity birds are also on the lookout for water. We provide drinking and bathing opportunities for the birds in our garden.