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Vue at Jindivick

Anita and Paul Day's Garden began with an avenue of Manchurian pears. Thirteen years on, they've ½ acre of flower and food garden adjacent to 32 acres of forest that's home to Bambi, Skippy, and Peter Rabbit. The Days have successfully combined supporting abundant wildlife with successful food gardening.

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In our food garden

Each season brings new delights, and we get a huge thrill out of all we grow. We preserve our harvest in chutneys, sauces, and jams and share our excess produce with family and friends.

Standout sustainable practices

We follow no-dig gardening methods inspired by Charles Dowding. We will have a go at composting just about any plant-based material. no green matter leaves the property for landfill.

Top tip for novice gardeners

Start small and grow the vegetables you love to eat.

Look out for

Ample amazing evidence that you can share your patch successfully with the furry, four-footed locals.

For sale on the day

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Paul – Silverbeet – Reliable. Always there for you.
Anita – Eggplant – Bright, shiny, and versatile.

130 Stoll Rd, Jindivick

The garden is on a slope with gravel and grass paths. Access could be challenging for people in wheelchairs. 20 cars max.

Wheelchair Access, Creative Harvest
Wheelchair Access, Creative Harvest
Coffee, Creative Harvest
Coffee, Creative Harvest
Dogs on a leash, Creative Harvest
Dogs on a leash, Creative Harvest
Bathroom Facilities, Creative Harvest
Bathroom Facilities, Creative Harvest
Picnic Spaces, Creative Harvest
Picnic Spaces, Creative Harvest
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Creatives joining us in the garden
Helen Timbury
Leni Teng
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