Millthorpe Village

Garden Culture

Millthorpe is renowned for its streetscape planting especially in spring when the Bechtel (malus Ioensis) crab apple, produces its stunning pinkish red bud then flowers.

All over the village and surrounding countryside the variation in seasonal colour is striking. Visitors often take home cuttings of the wild valerian that grows in cracks and crannies along Pym Street.

Autumn shows multi coloured trees of yellows, reds, oranges, greens and tans. Foraging along country roadsides for fruit in autumn and summer is a favourite pastime for those who are on the lookout for random crops!

In Spring, bulbs thrive among blossoming deciduous trees and in Summer roses are abundant in many gardens. As it is a cold to temperate climate, growing is easy as long as plants are selected to withstand frosts and occasional snow falls.

Plants n Pretty Pieces

Plants n Pretty Pieces is a unique small business in the heart of Millthorpe Village, exhibiting a variety of Homewares, ...
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Redmond Oval

Redmond Oval is the sport and recreation hub of Millthorpe with a range of facilities so there is something for ...
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Mill Green is a community garden project developed by the Millthorpe Village Committee and Blayney Shire Council. Bordered by a ...
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Millthorpe Garden Nursery

Set among a parkland garden, the retail plant nursery provides an outdoor experience for garden lovers. The original planting was ...
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