When you have visited so many gardens within the span of three weeks as I had,
sometimes it is hard to recall what a particular garden looks like. I usually rely on
the hardscape the designers had planned into the garden as markers. Of course,
sometimes it is the natural features like a stream, river or lake that makes the garden
memorable. Or it could be a unique statue, or even an endearing garden ornament that
does the trick.
In this fifth post in my series of New Zealand gardens, I’ll be featuring the distinquishing
features of gardens, in particular the Oamaru Public Garden, Queenstown and Dunedin Botanic
Gardens, Trotts Garden and some private gardens of homes we passed along our journey from
North Island to South Island.
Like any of the features you see? Well, I love the red bridge, but since I can’t have one in my garden, as there’s no stream running across my property, alas, I’ll just settle for these garden ornaments…or the quaint signs that I came across in the gardens of people in New Zealand.
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