Oak & Monkey Puzzle Open Garden - February (Daylesford Macedon Flower Farm Trail)

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Oak & Monkey Puzzle Open Garden - February (Daylesford Macedon Flower Farm Trail)

20.00

Time: 10–4pm

Date: Sunday 23rd February 2020

Location: Oak and Monkey Puzzle, Spargo Creek VIC (Parking via the signs on Spargo Creek Rd)

Cost: $20 per person (children under 16 free)

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Oak and Monkey Puzzle Open Garden :
To celebrate the Daylesford Macedon Flower Farm Trail, Oak and Monkey Puzzle’s gardens will be open to the public for the very first time in November, February and March.

The Oak and Monkey Puzzle Open Garden is a glorious opportunity to visit Oak and Monkey Puzzle, the home of Natasha Morgan and her young family, and experience its ever changing beautiful productive gardens and gold rush era exotic trees across late spring, summer and autumn. Talk with Natasha about her tree change with a purpose, the design and construction of the gardens, pop down a picnic blanket under our ancient Oak canopy, gather and revel in this stunning property nestled in the Wombat State Forest.

It's also an opportunity to support our region’s wonderful ‘slow’ flower farmers, of whom a selection will be at Oak and Monkey Puzzle to share their stories, flowers and specialty products. There will be an assortment of beautiful cakes, savoury treats and refreshments available for purchase, Natasha Morgan signature preserves and syrups, and much much more.

For the first time, the flower farmers of the Daylesford Macedon Ranges are joining forces to offer annually a series of events and experiences from each Spring through to Autumn.

 The Daylesford Macedon Flower Farm Trail is the first major collaboration from local flower farmers, providing visitors an opportunity to experience slow flower therapy en masse, all within just an hour or so drive from Melbourne.

As well as the Oak and Monkey Puzzle Open Garden Day, visitors can book into a floral workshop, stay at boutique luxury flower farm accommodation, source DIY flowers for their upcoming event, indulge in the sensory experience of being among rows of perfumed flowers, picnic and pick their own peonies or choose a bunch of fresh-harvested blooms straight from a charming road-side stall.

The Daylesford Macedon Flower Farm Trail, which commences this Spring, is hosted by Consortium Botanicus (of which Natasha Morgan is a founding member), a local group committed to supporting and promoting the local, seasonal, micro flower farm movement in Australia.

To discover the trail and all that’s on offer go to www.consortiumbotanicus.com.au/daylesfordmacedonflowerfarmtrail