Sunday, December 12, 2010

CANBERRA'S HISTORY IN ITS GARDENS


The establishment of gardens and exotic trees in the new, bare Australian Capital of Canberra were a priority in the first years of establishment. Charlie May, the gardener who established the Old Parliament House rose gardens and many other plantings reminisces about the ceremonies, identities and origins of some early famous Canberra plantings...

The Australian Women's Weekly - 6 November 1943



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