Beautiful gardens open their gates to public

Garden lovers will have the chance to see some of the Hills’ most beautiful trees, plants and shrubs this weekend.

The Reverie property, in Dural, is on 2.2 hectares and owners Gitta and Gunther Rembel have decided to open up their garden to the public.

Trees, plants and shrubs cover about half of their property with bright yellow walls dividing the six main sections.

Magnolia, fig, citrus and gum trees grace their premises.

Rows of hibiscus, wisteria, cactus, camellias and roses blossom.

A number of other properties will also open their doors to guests this weekend including Elegans at Galston and Barakee at Glenorie.

Next weekend the Guestlands at Arcadia and Taliesen at Dural will also allow visitors into their gardens.

Details: Barakee at Glenorie, 135 Miller Street, September 22-23, cost $8, 10am-4.30pm.

Elegans at Galston, 21 Fishburn Road, September 22-23, cost $8, 10am-4.30pm.

Reverie at Dural, 11 Mcleod Road, September 23, cost $8 (under 18 free), 10am-4.30pm, 96522463.

Guestlands at Arcadia, 10 Blacks Road, September 29-30, cost $8, 10am-4.30pm.

Taliesen at Dural, 5 Jane Place, September 29-30, cost $7, 10am-4.30pm.

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