EASTER Monday is looking like a blooming good time in Leeton in 2021.
The Leeton Garden Club will be hosting its annual open gardens event after having to cancel last year's extravaganza due to the pandemic.
This year four gardens are locked in, but the locations are relative secret until the day.
However, club president Margaret Lang said one thing was certain and that was that residents are in for a treat in 2021.
"I would say out of the four gardens, perhaps two of them are a bit similar, but everyone's garden is what their passion and how they like it," she said.
"One particular garden is not so much about the garden, but they have done other quirky things, which is really exciting.
"This is a passion for all of our gardens that will be on show.
"The gardens are open for everyone to view and enjoy."
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Club members said they had been chatting with members of the community who have found a renewed passion for gardening during the pandemic, finding it both therapeutic and rewarding to spend time putting energy into a green space.
Tickets are available at the gardens, with $20 covering the cost of all four.
This also includes devonshire morning tea and free tickets in the lucky gate draw.
Directions and flags will be available from 11 Brobenah Road on Easter Monday.
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