Wildwood Garden reopens as Covid-19 restrictions are relaxed
Wayne and Sue Tapping are delighted to announce that with the changes to Covid-19 restrictions in New South Wales they are able to reopen their business.
"There is still lots of autumn colour to enjoy," says Wayne. The couple have decided to open on Saturdays and Sundays only through May and early June. The final open day will be the Monday of the long weekend. The garden will be open from 10am to 4pm as will the nursery and cafe.
"We didn't expect to be able reopen fo the autumn colour," says a delighted Sue who says that the opening will follow social distancing restrictions in line with Covid-19 restrictions.
During the closure Wayne and Sue have been hard at work keeping the garden in good order. The rain has meant lots of growth and now the cold nights are working their magic on the collection of deciduous trees, shrubs and climbers so there's lots of colour everywhere they report.
The sasanqua camellias are also in full bloom and looking good.
In preparation for moving the Salvia Show from April to October, Sue has cut back all the salvias but still has plenty of potted plants for sale in the nursery.