Explore Adelaide’s beautiful parks and gardens along the Spring Floral Trail
Adelaide’s parks and gardens are filled with beautiful spring flowers, part of 80,000 annual plants that are grown and planted yearly by the City of Adelaide’s horticultural team.
That’s a lot of opportunity for you to stop and smell the roses, or cinerarias, or agapanthas, or clivias, or tulbaghias amongst others.
With the city’s parks and gardens alive with colour and the weather starting to warm up, spring is the perfect time to drop into the city and explore the gardens.
Below is a list of parks where you can find beautiful flowers growing:
Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla (Park 2) – a perennial garden bed filled with yellow flowering euryops and callistemons.
Light’s Vision – Bright pink and purple cinerarias surround the statue of Colonel Light on top of Montefiore Hill plus views of Adelaide Oval and Adelaide’s CBD.
Brougham Gardens / Tantutitingga – this Victorian style public garden in North Adelaide is home to a floral clock that is surrounded by yellow, red, pink, purple and white polyanthus.
Rymill Park / Murlawirrapurka (Park 14) – In the east of the city, you’ll find multiple garden beds in Rymill Park / Murlawirrapurka (Park 14). A colourful mix of perennials including osteospermums, agapanthas, clivias and tulbaghias make up the Antonio & Carmine Lepore Memorial Garden, while over in the garden beds by the Obhan Tunnel, you’ll find a wide variety of perennials some including yellow flowering euryops, blue ‘chalk sticks’, purple limoniums and rhaphiolepis.
Kingston Gardens – With six perennial garden beds shaped in a horseshoe filles with pink and white rhaphiolepis, rows of tulbaghia violacea and white osteospermum.
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For more information and all enquiries please visit Experience Adelaide website
What: Spring Floral Trail in Adelaide
When: Spring 2021
Where: Various locations around Adelaide
At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.
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