Ro­mance open to all

Kalamunda Reporter - - News -

THE land­scaper be­hind the award-win­ning gar­den Ro­manc­ing the Stone will throw open the gates for a gar­den, art and craft show later this month.

Tom Hogg said all pro­ceeds from the event would go to­wards building ex­ten­sions for the St Fran­cis of As­sisi Church in Maida Vale.

“I will be giv­ing a free gar­den tour ex­plain­ing to peo­ple how I de­vel­oped this unique gar­den over the past 17 years,” he said.

“There will also be an art ex­hi­bi­tion by ac­claimed florist artist Robyn Lowry, Devon­shire teas, soup and pre­serves, as well as art, craft, jew­ellery and book stalls.”

Mr Hogg said the newly con­structed Fairyville and the En­chanted Woods would be es­pe­cially loved by chil­dren vis­it­ing the gar­den.

Pic­ture: David Baylis d482640

Tom Hogg get­ting his gar­den ready for the fundraiser.

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