Each year garden owners donate their personal gardens and properties for display during the Waiheke Garden Festival weekend. The Garden Festival committee and the Jassy Dean Trust are grateful for their time and effort to help make the Festival a fun and informative weekend for all.
MINI Plant Sale - 403 Seaview Road
Ngaio Lewis - Open 9 am to 2 pm, Saturday Only
The Annual Jassy Dean Massive Plant Sale has changed and Ngaio Lewis, one of our long time plant growers, will be selling plants from her garden.
This new format gives gardeners the opportunity to purchase plants in their prime condition ready for planting at the right time of the year.
This mini-sale will be held at Ngaio Lewis's garden at 403 Seaview Road at the corner of Brown Road from 9am to 2pm.
Plants on sale will include Hibiscus, in prime condition for planting, and a wide range of natives including Nikau Palms, Flaxes, Native Clematis, and many other native varieties. There will be a large range of Bromeliads, Citrus, Jacaranda, Datura, and other plants.
All proceeds benefit the Jassy Dean Trust.
Eftpost will be available.
The Waiheke Garden Festival announces its 18th year of raising funds for the Jassy Dean Trust.
We have a variety of 9 great gardens, plenty of workshops and demonstrations, Waiheke Artists in the Garden, Ngaio's Plant Sale (Sat and Sunday 9 am to 1 pm) and the Sundowner Garden event on Saturday from 4 pm to Sunset.
Fullers is now running their popular Waiheke Garden Festival bus tour on the Saturday AND Sunday this year. Spaces will be limited so book your package from September 1st at www.fullers.co.nz
Tickets on sale on 1 September at Paper Plus Waiheke and www.fullers.co.nz