September 16, 2014

Spring in the Hawkesbury may mean a few early-morning starts, and planting some seasonal vegetables and herbs. Or perhaps you’re itching to get back on the river in a kayak or fishing boat, or to walk along a bush trail in one of the National Parks.

There is so much to do and it’s a great time to appreciate the beautiful surroundings. Magnolia, crab-apples and cherry blossoms are now starting to add cheerful colour to the neighbourhood, so take a walk around the streets and see the transformation.

Wildwood Gardens is just breathtaking this time of year and has many fabulous walks to help dust off any winter cobwebs. The cherry walk is a favourite of ours, along with the azalea walk and camellia garden in bloom.

At home, it might be time for that all-important spring clean, or even time to get back into shape after winter. Keep an eye on our next blog posts; they are jam-packed with fresh ideas to help bring the sparkle of spring into your life at Vermont.

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