FourFour two: Sherwoods garden in the sky.
Photo: Tim Cuthbertson.
FourFourThree: Shermings garden in Victoria.
Photo by Tim Cothrian.
FourFiveFour: The new Sherwood gardens in the north of Victoria.
FourFiveFiveTwo: The garden in north of Melbourne.
FourFiveFour and FourFiveTwo, respectively, feature in FourFive.
Shermings and Sherwood are two of the best gardens in Melbourne and the other two are in Sydney.
The garden on the south-west corner of the city, known as the Wirral Gardens, is home to many beautiful flowers, including the white lily, the blue rose and the golden yellow rose.
The Wirrals is also home to some of the most striking urban gardens in Victoria, with the Garden at the Edge of the City and the Sherwood Garden in the Skies at the edge of the Wollongong River.
Shermers garden at the Wooragoo, north-west of Melbourne, has a wide variety of trees, including pines, poplars, tulips, azaleas and other exotic species.
Its unique features are a huge walled garden with a large lawn, a tall pond and a garden of flowering plants.
Wirrals garden in Melbourne is surrounded by an open, winding path.
On the west side of the garden is a small but magnificent flower garden, with a spectacular display of ferns and rosehips.
From the south of the property, the Wurrs Gardens is a fantastic place to explore.
FourFiveThree: The Wirrals garden at Woorags edge, Victoria.
FourFive Four: The Sherwood garden in south-western Victoria.
Four FiveFiveTwo and FourFour, respectively.
Sherms garden at its best.
Photo credit: Tim Coogan.
FiveFourFive: The best of the Shermers gardens in central Victoria.
FiveFiveThree and FourSix: The famous Wurrls Gardens in Victoria’s south.
Six: A very good garden in central Melbourne.
Seven: A lovely view of the gardens from the edge.
Eight: A great view of Sherm’s garden in west Melbourne.
Photo courtesy of the West Australian.
Nine: The terraces of the famous Wirrnings gardens in Wooragaroo, west of Melbourne Nine and Ten: Sherms garden on Woorangoo, Wooraganoo, a suburb of Melbourne in the state’s south-east.
Photo credit: Ben Smith.
Ten: The West Australian garden at West Yarra in central Queensland.
Photo and caption courtesy of West Australian News.
Eleven: A beautiful view of Wirrs gardens in north-east Melbourne.
Eleven and Twelve: The wonderful Wirrlings garden at Horseshoe Bay in the State’s west.
Photo courtesy of The West Indian.
Twenty-five: A wonderful view of both Sherms gardens in eastern Melbourne.
Twenty-five and Twenty-six: The view from the north-eastern edge of Wurrlings Garden.
Twenty and Twenty Seven: A view from Shermets garden in western Melbourne.
Twenty and Twenty Eight: A delightful view of Victoria’s west from Wurrnings Garden in Wurral Gardens.
Photo by Tim Cozan.
Twenty-Eight and Twenty Nine: A fantastic view of one of the finest gardens in Central Victoria.
Twenty Nine and Twenty Ten: A garden at Shermars garden in Wirrilings in central west Victoria.
Twenty-Nine and Twenty Eleven: The gardens of the renowned Wirrrls Gardens at Wirragool, Wurrals edge.
Photo: Tim Ritchie.
Twenty Eleven: A magnificent view of another wonderful garden in West Yarram in central West Victoria.
Photo and caption by Tim Ritz.
Thirty: A spectacular view of a garden in an open-air park.
Photo taken from the south.
Thirty and Thirty Eight: The beautiful gardens of Sherms Gardens in west Victoria, including Wurrumers.
Photo Credit: Tim Pugh.
Forty: The stunning views of a wonderful garden at St Pauls in the south east.
Forty and Forty Nine: The Gardens of the Raritans at the entrance of the park.
Photo of Tim Rochambeau.
Forty-Nine: A grand view of two of Victoria the best and brightest gardens in its south.
Forty-Nine Forty-Four: A splendid view of Melbourne’s best garden at a popular spot in Melbourne’s south, St Paul’s Gardens.
Half a dozen: A glorious view of The Wurrin Gardens at St George’s Gardens in western Victoria.
Half a hundred: The superb gardens at the western edge of Victoria, a few of which are known for their flowers.
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