What’s On: Garden Marlborough, Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom


Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom, NZ’s premier garden event, is a springtime celebration of Marlborough’s stunning landscape, showcasing the very best the region has to offer with a range of garden tours, workshops and social events.

This year the Garden Marlborough Festival runs from  5-8 November.

This year’s exciting line-up includes several new gardens, Australian garden designer Michael McCoy and former New Zealand MasterChef winner Nadia Lim.

With the stunning Marlborough Sounds on our doorstep, rugged mountain ranges, fertile plains and world class gardens (and Sauvignon Blanc!), Marlborough has a lot to offer – so stay for the whole weekend, or longer!

A full event programme and tickets are available at www.gardenmarlborough.co.nz

 

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Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom, NZ’s premier garden event, was dreamt up by gardeners for gardeners. Celebrating Marlborough’s stunning landscape, it showcases the very best the region has to offer with a range of garden tours, workshops and social events.

Full and half day garden tours encompass everything from compact designer gardens in the heart of town to breath-taking country estates. Workshops provide the opportunity to brush up on skills and horticultural knowledge with experts from New Zealand and overseas.

The always popular Garden Party on the Saturday night is a chance to sip and mingle with speakers, guests and like-minded enthusiasts.

On Sunday is the STIHL Shop Garden Fête, entertainment for the whole family, over 200 stalls offering the best from New Zealand and a chance to kick off Christmas shopping.

With the stunning Marlborough Sounds on its doorstep, rugged mountain ranges, fertile plains and world class Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough has a lot to offer – so stay for the whole weekend, or longer!

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