Even though its winter we can visit a year-round garden which always has something in flower. Chiddingfold Garden has historic plantings dating from 1873 and newer plantings commencing 1936. The tall old trees were planted from 1870 onwards by Sir James Fergusson when he was the Governor-General and on the West side of our garden, native trees which were planted by Bert Short by hand all those years ago. An easy walking garden with a large native tree section, and recent plantings in a setting that allows a stunning view of the Waikato countryside. We will then head to a lovely spot where you can purchase your lunch.
Includes: Door to door transport, garden entry+ morning tea.