Suzanne's garden in Kyneton - St Helier
This garden was started about twelve years ago in what was a bare paddock with some gums, the Walnut tree and the Hawthorn. It now comprises an area of perennial planting through which the drive leads to the house, a long border of roses and perennials, a conifer garden and an orchard walk. There is a variety of native plantings at the rear of the property and around the dam and an area of woodland to the left of the drive.

The Wren garden, named after the beautiful Neil Tate gate, features cream toned roses and mainly blue under planting.