Friday June 10th, 10.30am.
Gay Stanton, a professional garden designer and horticulturalist, will be of great interest for garden enthusiasts aspiring to create and nurture gardens in our rural environment. Gay has designed and constructed gardens for high value houses in Sydney harbour-side suburbs, working in association with noted architects Espie Dods, Michael Suttor and Howard Tanner.
In recent times, since living at Merriwa, her practice has extended to the Upper Hunter, including prominent horse studs in the Scone district, where she has developed new and established gardens. This is a ‘must see’ presentation for aspiring gardeners.
Refreshments will be served after the lecture. All welcome, visitors $30. Note, cash, cheque or bank transfer prior to the lecture only, credit card not accepted.
Date and Time: Friday June 10th, 10.30am
Venue: Scone Arts & Crafts Centre, Kingdon St, Scone
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Photo: courtesy of Scone ADFAS