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See over 100,000 agapanthus plants
Spring is in the air. Roses are in full bloom and it's time to get into the garden again. To inspire all those green thumbs and rose lovers a special open garden will be held this Sunday, October 26th, 2pm to 4.30pm, at the Agapanthus Farm in Littlehampton.
Littlewood is set on 60 acres, so allow plenty of time to experience this and explore. The open garden time is also a fundraiser and initiative to help women in the community affected by domestic violence.
This glorious garden has been lovingly developed over the last seventeen years. The Agapanthus Farm was established by the Gray Family on their 60 acre property which they called Littlewood. It is located adjacent to Littlehampton in the picturesque Adelaide Hills a mere 30 mins drive from the city. The property has spectacular views, and has an amazing 100,000 agapanthus plants, a lake, a 4 acre garden and a plant nursery.
Agapanthus are remarkably hardy plants which can survive under extreme conditions. The plant will grow in shade with limited flowering but constant green foliage. The plants thrive in hot sunny conditions with limited water and in most types of soil. Find out all you need to know on these drought tolerant plants.
White agapanthus in flower
Devonshire Teas Visitors will also enjoy a delightful Devonshire tea, while listening to music and strolling around this lovely property with its picturesque lake. There is lots to interest garden and flower lovers.