Taranaki people have two opportunities to gain deeper insights into one of the region’s horticultural crown jewels on Sunday (20 January).
Hollard Gardens at Kaponga will be the venue for one of the New Plymouth District Council’s Summer Guided Walks. And those who already know and love Hollards will also be able to find out how to become more involved with the heritage property.
Established by plantsman Bernie Hollard in the 1930s, the 4.5ha property is renowned for its plant collection and is described as a horticultural oasis in the heart of dairy country.
People are free to attend either or both events on Sunday. Details are:
Hollard Gardens is open daily and entry is free. Along with Pukeiti and Tupare, it is owned and managed by the Taranaki Regional Council on behalf of the people of the region.