Sunningdale Farm, Mount Jagged

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Date & Times
Sat May 13 - Sun May 14 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

630 Mosquito Hill Road, Mount Jagged

Description:   Sunningdale Farm is a property of 180 acres encompassing rich certified organic and bio-dynamic soil.

The 1 acre kitchen garden produces a wide variety of healthy vegetables using “spiritual-ethical-ecological biodynamic garden practices. Vegetables, herbs and flowers mingle together in attractive garden beds being mindful of the use of companion plantings such as marigolds. Salvias and chrysanthemums are star performers in summer and autumn. A contemplative prayer garden also gives panoramic views to Goolwa. There is a wide variety of fruit trees including the unusual white mulberry. Espaliered apples, stone fruit and citrus are enclosed to prevent the parrots from helping themselves to the crop. This area is also enjoyed by the chooks.   Beyond the garden cattle graze. Visitors can wander through the 6 acres of bushland which is home to kangaroos and wallabies. An interesting property where the emphasis is on growing nourishing, fresh, tasty food using a holistic approach.

Talks, walks and demonstrations will be given at 11,12 and 2pm on Saturday and Sunday.

1.0 acre or 0.4 hectare

The nominated Charity for this garden is Australind

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Extras:  Produce for sale

Directions: Going south three kilometres from Mt Compass on the Victor Harbour road, turn left on to the Goolwa Road. Travel seven kilometres and turn right into Mosquito Hill Road. Travel one kilometre and take a left turn at number 630.

From Mount Compass travel three kilometres and turn left on the Victor Harbour/Goolwa Road. Travel one kilometre to number 630 on the left.

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The Garden Notes are written by the garden owner and often tell the story of their garden. Click here to download the notes and we suggest you print them and bring them to the garden.   Garden Notes

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