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There’s lots to see at Myrrhee

Posted by on 29/06/2018

Wild Hen Farm at Myrrhee will participate in this year’s Open Gardens Australia national event.

The owners of the farm, Cheryl Graham and Tim Ekberg, will open their property to the public on November 15 and 16, from 10am to 4.30pm.

Proceeds will go to the Myrrhee Primary School. Ms Graham said there was lots for the public to see.

“There is a one-hectare garden, designed to blend into its magnificent rural setting, while displaying a huge and interesting collection of native and exotic trees and shrubs,” she said.

“There will be talks on grass-fed, free-range egg production at 11am and 2pm.”

Entry is $8 with people under 18 free.

Directions: Take the Wangaratta-Whitfield Road to Moyhu. Turn right two kilometres past Moyhu into Boggy Creek Road towards Myrrhee. Drive for 11.7kilometres then turn left into Evans Lane. After 900metres turn left into Redcamp Lane. The garden is at the end of the lane.

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