Camden Haven Garden Club launches street appeal program

Camden Haven Garden Club treasurer Peter Moore.

Camden Haven Garden Club treasurer Peter Moore.

Members of the Camden Haven Garden Club are on the scent to track down the best gardens in the area.

The club has launched a new program called Homes with Street Appeal, where the aim is to acknowledge the appealing nature of front garden landscapes.

Camden Haven Garden Club treasurer Peter Moore said the club has already picked five gardens in the area which they believe fit the title.

One garden is located in Laurieton, there are two in the Fairwinds Estate and two at Dunbogan.

Mr Moore said they are gardens which evoke the 'ahhh' experience.

"It's like when you're in an art gallery and an art work makes you stop and look," he said.

"Something hits you with being just right."

Certificate to acknowledge the hard work of Camden Haven gardeners.

Certificate to acknowledge the hard work of Camden Haven gardeners.

Residents whose gardens are picked by the club's members will receive a certificate to acknowledge their hard work.

The recipients will be given the opportunity to feature their garden in a Camden Haven Courier article once they receive a certificate.

The Camden Haven Garden Club members meet every second Monday of the month at Laurieton United Services Club from 10.30am.

For more information about the Homes with Street Appeal program or to join the club please call Peter Moore on 6559 5177.

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