With spring in full bloom, many Northern Tasmanians took the opportunity to spend the weekend visiting some of the regions beautiful gardens.
Blenheim Gallery and Garden outside of Longford held an open day on Saturday to showcase its garden in spring.
Blenheim’s Jennie Chapman said they were very happy with how the day went.
“People came consistently through most of the day,” she said.
“It was a good opportunity for people to see the garden at this time of year.”
Blenheim has seasonal open days to allow visitors to enjoy its country-style garden.
Spring is one of the garden’s main flowering periods with masses of bulbs from a cypress hedge through to the dam, and roses and perennials at their best.
Blenheim is open for appointment for groups. Contact 0419 584 667 visit the Blenheim website for information.
Another open garden is also taking place in the state’s North.
Gardenfest at Entally House began on November 10, and will run until November 11.
The annual celebration boasts displays of flowers and plants alongside arts and crafts, entertainment, and food and drink.
Visit www.entally.com.au for more information.