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Fish Creek opens gardens

ON Sunday October 19, garden enthusiasts will have the opportunity to visit four special gardens in Fish Creek.
The proceeds of these open gardens will go to the South Gippsland Hospital Auxiliary to enable these ladies to purchase much needed equipment for the hospital in Foster.
The ladies will also be providing a delicious afternoon tea.
The first garden is at the home of Cor and Nellie Van Dyke at 1965 Meeniyan–Promontory Road, just past White’s Timber yard.
The second garden is across the road at 10 Byrnes Lane.
This is the home of Allan and Cheryl Howell.
Allan’s sister Lyn has lovingly created this native bush haven in the last six years.
If you love native gardens, this is not to be missed.
Then back to the other side of Fish Creek for the third garden, belonging to Les and Beryl Jones, on the corner of Boys and Carnegies roads, just over the rail trail.
The final garden at the end of Carnegies Road is the home of Frank and Nadia Stefani, where we’ll take your money and offer you delicious refreshments all for the affordable sum of $10.
Event organiser Nadia Stefani has an abundance of plants for sale including yukkas, clivias, orchids, roses and many succulents.
A representative from the South Gippsland Hospital will give a speech, providing attendees with an insight into hospital happenings.
Let’s get behind this much loved hospital and make this a really successful day.
The open gardens are available for viewing from 1pm onwards.
For those who cannot attend but would still like to make a contribution and support the fundraiser, Nadia would love to hear from you.
She can be contacted on 56832385.

Open gardens: Nadia Stefani has organised four open gardens in Fish Creek as a fundraiser for South Gippsland Hospital.

Open gardens: Nadia Stefani has organised four open gardens in Fish Creek as a fundraiser for South Gippsland Hospital.

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