Nursery Open Day  December 2019

Nursery Open Day December 2019

 Get your garden ready for the Holiday Season 

Puriri Lane | Holiday Season Open Day

Visit us this Saturday 14 December between 10.00 am and 3.00 pm to view our extensive range of vintage style perennials and annuals many not often seen these days, and many only available in small numbers so don't miss out!  Also open on Saturday will be  "The Potting Shed" our small garden store showcasing our range of botanically inspired gifts and garden wares along with our popular corten steel birds, the perfect gifting option for the Holiday Season.
Why not pre-order a copy of Erin Benzakein's new book Floret Farm's | A Year In Flowers for the flower lover in your life - copies are not available until February 2020 but there is a downloadable voucher available to wrap and give.
Puriri Lane | Floret Farm's A Year In Flowers
Take the opportunity to wander around our gardens at your leisure before we close for the holiday season and see our gardens in full bloom along with our newly created cutting garden that is being installed.
We have EFTPOS  (no credit card) available or cash for any purchases. 
Please get in touch if you have any questions
We look forward to seeing you



  • No dogs allowed sorry except for assistance dogs due to our free-ranging hens Bluebell and Harriett and our new little kitten!
  • Please note that all visitors to Puriri Lane enter the property at their own risk.  Please be sure to wear appropriate footwear as the grounds can at times be wet and surfaces can be uneven and slippery
  • Unfortunately, our property is not suited to wheelchairs 
  • Sorry but we do not have bathroom facilities, Drury village has the nearest bathrooms
  • There is limited parking, but in the event that the parking area becomes full, you can park on Appleby Road and walk up Puriri Lane - we are located at the end of Puriri Lane and you will see a sign saying Puriri Lane Cottage & Gardens on the right-hand side - we are behind the big hedge
  • No smoking is permitted on the property
  • In our bid to become more sustainable we would ask that all visitors to Puriri Lane please bring their own carry bags for any purchases

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