Living History Walk

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, regretfully we have had to close all public access to Jimbour and Jimbour Garden until further notice. 

This closure includes  all upcoming events either formal or otherwise.  We plan on re-opening as soon as soon as Government advices is provided that it is safe to do so.   We will provide updates when anything changes.  We would like to thank our customers for their patience and understanding

Open Mon – Sun via honesty box during daylight hours.

Jimbour’s Head Gardener, Robert Biggs, and his team have worked tirelessly to ensure the Jimbour grounds and gardens are a delight to visitors.

There is much to see as part of the garden experience in addition to the formal plantings and landscaping that have been part of the surrounds to the House since the last century.

Depending on the season, Robert’s culinary garden skills can display a wide variety of produce such as moon and stars and criss-cross watermelons, giant Atlantic pumpkins, Turkish turban, jack be little, butternut, delicate mini sweet and trombone gramma pumpkins.

Also on the list are noir des carnes, hales best, rockmelon, zucchini, squash, cucumbers and brilliant displays of sunflower and corn varieties.

The Garden Tour also includes the ” Living History Walk ” where interpretive plaques and sight and sound displays guide visitors through Jimbour’s colourful past from pioneer days to the present era.

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