Victorian gardens are a favourite with gardeners in many parts of the country, with gardens in Victoria, Queensland and NSW topping the list.
The popularity of gardens in these states and territories is largely thanks to the many attractions to do in their locations.
With Victorian gardens having such a rich history, you’ll be surprised to find that they are very similar to their Victorian counterparts, although there are some differences.
Victorian gardens may include many types of flowers, vegetables, fruit, flowers and shrubs.
In contrast, Australian gardens feature a mix of flowers and vegetables, fruits and herbs.
In addition, Victorian gardens typically include several species of trees, plants and flowers.
Some Victorian gardens even have botanical societies and the National Botanic Gardens of New South Wales (NNGB) is the only Australian state to have one.
Many Victorian gardens also feature an abundance of insects and a variety of animals.
Victoria has the longest gardening season in the country.
It runs from mid-June until mid-September and can last from three to six weeks depending on the seasons.
Victoria gardens typically have over 60 species of plants.
In comparison, most gardens in the United States are in the fall or winter, which is when most of the animals and plants are at their peak.
Victoria’s gardens can also be a bit more difficult to find.
The National Garden Association in Victoria recommends visiting the garden first in order to get the most out of your visit.
In Victoria, most Victorian gardens have a signpost at the entrance.
The signpost will help guide you through the gardens.
Victoria also has an interactive website, which will help you find the nearest gardening centre.
The site will also give you information about the gardens and how to visit them.
However, the gardens will be located at the National Garden Centre and there is no charge for the visit.
Some gardens are very difficult to get into.
If you have difficulty getting into the Victorian gardens, the Victorian Government recommends you do not visit the Victorian Gardens unless you are prepared to pay the full price of admission.
Some of the Victorian garden areas have closed gardens that are no longer open.
If a garden in a state or territory is closed, there may be a longer waiting period for people to visit it.
For example, the Botanical Gardens of Victoria, which closed in 2016, is still open and has a waiting list for people interested in entering the gardens, however, the waiting period is longer.
If the waiting list is too long, you can still get in, however you may need to pay for the full entrance fee to enter.
However the gardens are usually open during the week, so if you are coming on a Saturday afternoon, you will have to pay a higher entrance fee.
If an area is closed during the day, the wait for people will be longer.
You can find more information about Victorian gardens on the Victorian Garden website.