Daffodil Dawdle’s on again

BLOOMING: John Martin and Robyn Toedter will have their Dunfarmin garden open at 200 Albion Street for the annual Daffodil Dawdle.

BLOOMING: John Martin and Robyn Toedter will have their Dunfarmin garden open at 200 Albion Street for the annual Daffodil Dawdle.

OBERON Rotary Club will hold its annual Daffodil Dawdle fundraiser from this weekend.

Four gardens and their lovely display of daffodils will be available to view from this Saturday, September 9 to September 24 from 10am to 4pm.

Many are under the impression nothing much grows in a cold climate. But you will not see a better display of the fabulous daffodil than here in Oberon.

Come and see more than 25,000 different daffodil varieties including white, double daffodils and the favourite yellow.

Come and see more than 25,000 different daffodil varieties

Brydie Park on Sloggetts Road, where the garden covers all the three acres, was established by Brenda Lyon seven years ago.

On the meandering pathway you can view hundreds of varieties of daffodils. Devonshire teas will also be available at Brydie Park.

John Martin and Robyn Toedter will have their Dunfarmin garden open at 200 Albion Street. This garden will be only open on weekends.

Other gardens open will be Minjarra, 71 Sloggetts Road and The Old Post Office, 6 Luney Road, Edith.

Tickets will be available at all gardens or at the Visitor Information Centre.

All proceeds will go to Oberon Hospital Auxiliary.