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Doreen and Derek Higginson 1 minute off SH1
Road, R D 1 Marton
06 3274131 Fax 06 3274133 Cell 0272407326
the 10th and 11th May we will be at the
Manawatu Garden Festival
Dont forget to visit our site and be in to win
$100.00 worth of plants
Hi everyone, Great rain is so refreshing and even better when we can finally
turn the water off for a day. Lets hope it is over before the weekend after this
when you will be able to come and meet us at the Manawatu Garden Festival. This
was formally called the Manfeild Garden Festival. It is on Sat 10th May to Sun
11th May. That is Mothers Day weekend. It is a great day out for everyone.
There are seminars by the popular TV personality Richard Till of
Kiwi Kitchen, and Ruud Kleinpaste, The Bug Man. Landscape Designs are on display
and also fantastic Garden Art, food, entertainment and over 210 stalls with lots
of nurseries taking part. Where is it? Manfeild Park, South Street, Feilding.
$10.00 adults, $8.00 early bird. We would love to see you there and can take prepaid,
boxed orders with us. Just go to www.nikauhill.co.nz
to browse our web site. It is best to click on show all at the top of the lists
for faster downloading. If you shop with us at the show there is 10% off your
plants that weekend. We are sited opposite the main marquee by the floral art
marquee on sites 107, 108 and 109.
This year we are taking lots
of flowering shrubs and are featuring our camellias and pieris and many other
great fillers. The sasanqua camellias are looking really good just now. Cotinus
Grace is looking a great burgundy colour and is a personal favourite
flowering shrub of mine. I love its smoky flowers. We have a lot of large grade
perennials also. Now is when your perennials at home need a tidy up and if you
are like us your hostas are going dormant. I quite like this time of year and
isnt the autumn colour gorgeous.
Come to the show if you can
and enter our competition to win $100.00 worth of garden plants from our nursery.
The theme is HOME GROWN this year and our plants are certainly that.
Regards Doreen Higginson