It took a while but I’m pleased. Jury.co.nz
Volunteer (chance seedling) This release volunteered itself and seemed appropriate to name for the International Year of Volunteering 2001. Distinctive flowers open soft pink with white edging, deepening throughout the season to dark pink, still with the white edge until the late flowers which may be pure red. Heavy textured full anemone form. Dark foliage and compact growth to 2m. Plant Variety Rights apply in New Zealand and Australia.
The rimu trees planted in 1870 by Thomas Jury provide the framework for one of the most unusual areas of the garden, the subtropical woodland.
The rimu avenue at Tikorangi The Jury Garden in northern Taranaki.
“Go to Hidcote,” urged our Oakura friend and colleague, Glyn Church, “it is my all time favourite garden.” Having been ever so slightly disappointed in most of the Cornish private gardens we had seen, we headed up to Gloucestershire and hoped Glyn was right. He was. Hidcote was quite simply everything to which we aspire.
Abbie Jury explains: Why we resigned from the New Zealand Gardens Trust.
We were enthusiastic founder members of the New Zealand Gardens Trust, contributing $2000 to get the scheme underway and promoting it in every way we could. Now we are ex members.
That should be 589 Otaraoa Road. Published: 1/JUNE/2009
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Jasmine flys from Brisbane, via Auckland, (temperature late 20s early 30s) to the comfort of 20 something here. Tells me about this.
This week after four years, or so, of managing jury.co.nz I hand the running over to the author. Published regularly Abbie’s writing is always witty and informative.
Topical as always Abbie Jury‘s Taranaki Daily News column.
About now Jasmine is being conferred with her PhD at ANU in Canberra.
JJ at Tikorangi, north Taranaki. 3rd of September 1998.
Jasmine attended Urenui Primary School, Manukorihi Intermediate, Sacred Heart Girls’ College New Plymouth, New Plymouth Girls’ High School, University of Canterbury and Massey University before moving to The Australian National University. Jasmine is currently at the School of Chemistry University of Wollongong.