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  Bali Gardens

Address37 Glenfern road is off Parkhill Road,which is off Picton street, the main street of Howick.
RegionAuckland - East
Privately owned or publicPrivate
Phone09 5343656
Contact PersonLois Phillips
HoursBy appointment only.
Garden SizeSmall city garden/ allow 45mins-1hr
Price$6 per person.
Brochure Available?No
ParkingOnly off street parking for buses coaches and cars.
Food AvailableBy arrangement for small groups. There are several cafes in the Howick village which is 1 minute away.
Cafe/Restaurant available?No
SeatingYes for small groups
PicnicsYes please feel free to bring a picnic to the garden.
Wheelchair AccessGarden not wheelchair friendly.
Dogs AllowedNo dogs please.
Children AllowedNo children please.
AccommodationNo but we are happy to recommend local accommodation.
Plant/Other SalesWater colours available for viewing. Phone first.
Guided ToursYes we are happy to show you around the garden.
Function center?No
Other FacilitiesBali Garden is one minute away from the Howick village.

Orangewood Garden is 5 minutes away on Orangewood Drive and Crescent Hills garden is 1 minute from Orange Wood.
These 3 gardens are all different and make a good day trip.
There are several country gardens on this site as well.

If you are coming to the area to visit gardens in the area The Prenzel Shop Whitford, 7 Whitford Wharf Road Whitford Village, Manukau City is a must. Check


The Garden

There are many mature palms with sub tropical foliage and beautiful Balinese carved gates along with a water feature.

Every inch of this small garden has been utilized.

"While the creation of an interesting garden requires design and horticultural skills, a stylists eye is kneaded when adding the finishing touches"

Balinese Carved Gates and Water Feature Imported from Bali.

Bamboo Structures adds Different Dimension to this Garden.

A Collection of Tropical Palms Bromeliads and Unusual Foliage.

The Gardener

Lois has been a professional florist for 25 years and has used her talent in making her garden very different and interesting. She believes "While the creation of an interesting garden requires design and horticultural skills, a stylists eye is kneaded when adding the finishing touches" Her garden is a new garden and she is looking forward to the idea of entertaining visitors, in fact she phoned to tell me about her first booking and could hardly contain her excitement.
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Balinese Gates
Bromeliads thrive under the cherry tree. There are about 250 recognized species of vriesea bromeliads, all native to Central and South America.
Vrieseas are Bromeliads, wonderful foliage plants in the sub-tropical garden, with striking markings, colours and textures.
A Real Feel of Bali
A Quiet Corner of the Garden
Bottom of Garden
'Tractor Seat Ligularia'. Huge kidney shaped leaves of deep green look fantastic on a mature plant. Hardy and easy to grow. Does best in a shady situation
A Balinese Pot
Vriesea are fairly typical bromeliads. They can be grown in stronger shade conditions than many other kinds of bromeliads, and their size varies from medium to fairly large. One interesting tidbit: the flowers of V. fosteriana smell like putrid fruit to attract the bats that pollinate the plant in the wild. Warmth is generally essential for vriesea to thrive.
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