Black Stump Natives

Black Stump Natives - 26 Crana Rd Brownlow Hill, Camden NSW

Tony Sexton The GardenerOpen Garden: Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd April 2012 - 10am to 4.30pm

Black Stump Natives is one of the nation’s best private gardens and Australia’s Open Garden Scheme has for the third time selected the garden to open to the public. On Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd April 2012 people can view the tranquil and inspiring grounds, created by gardener Tony Sexton, and showcasing Australian native plants at their finest.  Hundreds of people visited when the garden opened in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

  • Stroll through one acre of beautifully landscaped garden beds.
  • Relax among more than 600 Australian native trees and shrubs.
  • Follow meandering paths to the shady bower.
  • Admire the many varieties of flower, form, colour and texture.
  • Mellow out under the thatched cabana by the bush rock water feature.
  • Savour home-made lunch, morning and afternoon teas.

Entry fee $6.00 - UBD Sydney Directory p322 (Brownlow Hill)

Click here to listen to Tony Sextons' interview with Simon Marnie on ABC Radio


"Inspiring" - Anne Smith, co-ordinator, Australias Open Garden Scheme

'Tony and Penny Sexton's garden is one of the loveliest show gardens of Australian Native Plants that I have ever seen. It contains a wide range of Grevillea species and hybrids, shrubs, standards and ground covers. The plants are immaculately maintained and grown to perfection.
- Peter Olde co author "The Grevillea Book"


Australia's Open Garden Scheme

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