Powerco Taranaki Garden Spectacular

Garden Categories

     

New Gardens

This year we welcome ten new gardens to the festival:

Winlea Acre

Tainui Close

Himalayan Garden of Tranquility

Hegley Garden

Coast Haven

Glen Artan

Dunlop Garden

King Edward Park

La Vie en Rose

Te Popo Gardens

New gardens can be identified by this pale peach background.

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Public Gardens

All our festival public gardens are nationally and internationally recognised as gardens of historical significance and maintain high standards of excellence. 

Our 2016 public gardens are:

Hollard Gardens

Pukeiti

Pukekura Park

Tupare

King Edward Park 

Public gardens can be identified by this pale green background.

   

 

                             

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Garden Assessments

All festival gardens have been assessed. Every garden goes through this process on a three yearly cycle. 

New Zealand Gardens Trust

The New Zealand Gardens Trust, an initiative of the Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture, provides an independent assessment of New Zealand gardens. 

You will note that some gardens in our festival have chosen to be assessed by the Trust as well as under-going the festival’s own assessment process. 

These gardens can be identified by the placement of the NZGT logo reflecting either a Garden of Significance, National or International Significance