NOTH­ING LIKE A DAME’S GAR­DEN

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AF­TER a re­cent tour of the grounds of Cru­den Farm, out­side of Mel­bourne on the Morn­ing­ton Penin­sula, it’s clear ev­ery tree, flower and blade of grass was grown with love by the late ma­tri­arch of the Mur­doch fam­ily, Dame Elis­a­beth. In this spe­cial one-hour doc­u­men­tary to mark the farm’s 90th an­niver­sary, archival in­ter­views with the great woman her­self, along with son Rupert, daugh­ters Janet and Anne, grand­daugh­ters Penny, Prue, Judy and Julie, tell the beau­ti­ful tale of the gar­den’s his­tory and the spe­cial af­fec­tion it is held in by the fam­ily, gar­den lovers and locals alike. Food star Maggie Beer (pic­tured) and land­scape de­signer Paul Ban­gay lead the com­mem­o­ra­tions with a spe­cial menu sourced from produce grown on the lush prop­erty. A vis­ual feast.

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