Sunday, November 19, 2017

Sunday Nursery Visit

Our Sunday afternoon drive took us to a nursery in Warrandyte called Warran Glen.
A test run to see where it was located, realised after arriving, that we had driven past it on other Sunday drives. Took quite a wait to get a car park, a very popular place.
A lovely coffee and citrus tart in the cafe among the hoards of visitors.
Booking a table is advisable, stood in line a while. Well worth the wait.

 Looking down from the Cafe to the Nursery.
 Lush foliage in the grounds surrounding the lakes.
 The Cafe.
 Avenue of Japanese Maples.

 Interesting wall art.

 Wall planter boxes made of car number plates.
There is a quilt shop at the nursery, hosting a Christmas break up in a couple of weeks.


  1. The nursery surrounds were established long before the current cafe/gift shop format. The grassy hill and duck ponds have been popular with children for several generations.

  2. Great looking quilt shop.
    I wonder why those number plate planters all have the same numbers.

  3. Looks like a nice spot! Fabric and plants, a perfect combo.

  4. Although you had to do a lot of waiting, you got three things you like: plants, quilts and coffee + cake.

  5. I'd love to browse that quilt shop after taking photos of the garden.

  6. I have enjoyed many lunches there. It is a peaceful place to visit.