Enjoy Wildwood through the seasons. Autumn sees the colouring of deciduous trees and heralds the start of the camellia season which extends into spring. Spring is also when the large collection of blossom trees, magnolias, wisteria, bulbs and perennials begin to flower. The show continues from late August right through spring. Keep up to date with what's happening at Wildwood garden by following us on Facebook.
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We are also thrilled that the garden has made the cover of a recent issue of Our Garden magazine, which is the quarterly journal of The Garden Clubs of Australia. We also featured in House & Garden and Australian Country and now find ourselves in a book about country gardens (see the story among our news items).
Below is shown Camellia reticulata 'Ellie's Girl' which is just one of the lovely camellias in this mountain garden that herald the beginning of the garden's spring floral show and will feature in the annual camellia show held over two weekends each August (see Events for dates).
Wildwood opens for its sixth year with what's promising to be a fabulous and colourful autumn in the mountains.
Wildwood's weeping cherries are coming into full flower for their spring show.
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden at Mount Tomah has reached its 30th birthday and is celebrating with lots of events through spring.
Wildwood's first Salvia Show was a big success with lots of visitors.
Autumn has arrived at Wildwood turning all the deciduous trees red, orange and yellow.
The weeping cherries, which are a feature of Wildwood in spring, will soon be in full bloom.
Sue Tapping stages an annual camellia display each August. This year's show will be held over the weekends of August 19-20 and 26-27, 2017.
Wayne and Sue Tapping have just announced the opening dates for Wildwood garden for autumn next year.
It all unfolded under the weeping cherries.
We've just set up our Facebook page and invite you to Like our page and follow us on Facebook regular garden updates.
Summer at Bilpin has been mostly mild with good rains.
Wildwood has lots of resident birds big and small so it is a good spot to enjoy our feathered fauna as well as our spring blooms.
Wildwood garden is featured in a new publication on Australia's country gardens.
Kids have free entry to the Wildwood garden so we look forward to welcoming more families to enjoy the delights of our garden.