The Farm, Lake Hayes – 1st Feb 2021

A stunning pair of existing mature PRUNUS ‘Kiku Shidare Sakura’ – Pink Weeping Cherry, take centre-stage at the front. Grouping of MAGNOLIA ‘Blanchard’ – Evergreen Magnolia for screening to the left of the house, and a mature ULMUS glabra ‘Pendula’ – Weeping Elm

This beautiful heritage property is located on the shores of Lake Hayes.

Lovely existing plantings from original build over 100 years ago complimented with a blend of new deciduous and evergreen plantings. Formal Eleagnus – Silverberry hedging and stands of Magnolia grandiflora Blanchard – Evergreen Magnolia providing strategically placed screening.

To the north of property, groupings of both specimen deciduous and evergreen trees providing great seasonal colour.

A special property with amazing heritage and class – you can visit and book a stay here at this lovely property  – www.lakehayes.com

Ulmus Pendula, The Farm, Lake Hayes - Feb

Stunning ULMUS glabra ‘Pendula’ – Weeping Elm specimen in blossom early spring

The Farm, Lake Hayes - Feb

Grouping of deciduous & evergreen trees lining gentle, meandering pathway leading to the lake. These include: (click on links to find out more about these trees)

Deciduous:

  • FRAXINUS americana – American Ash
  • ULMUS procera ‘Louis Van Houtte’ – Golden Elm

Evergreen:

  • CEDRUS atlantica – Altas Cedar
  • CEDRUS deodara – Himalayan Cedar 
  • CUPRESSUS macrocarpa – Macrocarpa Cypress
  • CUPRESSUS torulosa ‘Bowral’ – Himalayan Cypress
  • CUPRESSOCYPARIS leylandii – Green Leylandii
  • CUPRESSOCYPARIS leylandii ‘Robinsons Gold’ – Gold Leylandii
  • PINUS sylvestris – Scots Pine
  • SEQUIOA sempervirens – Californian Redwood
The Farm, Lake Hayes - Feb

Tidy ELAEAGNUS ebbingeii – Paper Bush hedging frame this border leading to the homestead.

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