A long avenue of poplars that line the driveway is the first of many delights you’ll find at Saddlewood. The drive approaches the house where oak trees create a woodland setting for mass plantings of spring bulbs. As you walk around the house through an array of deciduous trees, such as silver birches, ash, oaks and chestnuts, you’ll notice the Plane trees, unexpected in Hurunui’s harsh climate. The lawns behind the house open to the north with spectacular views of Mt Tekoa across several ponds and a ha-ha. Follow the paths and you’ll discover the white garden featuring shrubs and perennials with green and silver foliage, and white flowers. You’ll see Lily of the Valley, Cistus, irises, aquilegia, hellebores, ‘Iceberg’ roses, Viburnum, Solomon’s Seal and ‘Sweet Mock Orange’ with its heavenly fragrance. The white garden is one of many delightful surprises you’ll experience at Saddlewood.
EXHIBITION of Fine Art Photographic Printsby local artist Lucy Hunter-Weston, also known as Watermark Photography
Prints framed and unframed, orders taken.
Lucy is also known as Watermark Photography.
Her passion is landscapes, portraits, events and working for publications.
Lucy loves to especially photograph the land in her local area in all seasons so will be putting some of these pieces together for an exhibition at the Hurunui Garden Festival.
She invites you to come along and view her work in Saddlewood Homestead, set in a stunning garden with a fabulous view.
These works will all be for sale framed and unframed.
We hope to see you there.
P 03 314 2082
M 027 221 6865
When:November 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 10am-4pm each day
Cost:Free with admission to garden
Offering a beautiful array of homegrown walnuts, lemons and garden plants, including herbs. Delightful garden gifts, wax wraps and veggie bags.
When:When: 1st, 2nd, 3rd November, 10am-4pm each day
Cost:Free with Garden Entry