An inspirational gardening weekend with something for the whole family joins the region next month.
Grand Cru Estate, Springton, opens their garden to the public on April 13 and 14 from 10am-4pm and welcomes Mickey Robertson from Glenmore House, NSW.
Mickey, who has much garden knowledge to share, will present 'the kitchen garden' and is happy to walk the estate garden with visitors.
Joining the garden guru is Doug Purdie from The Urban Beehive to chat about bee friendly gardens.
Doug was recently apart of ABC Catalyst and the Great Aussie Bee Challenge and said, "one cannot stress enough the importance of bees in this world we live in".
Mickey and Doug will also be on hand for book signings.
Rebecca Mumford from Greenhill Living and fondly known as the 'garden girl', will be busy all weekend sharing her free interactive reading session, plus providing education surrounding the veggie patch.
Barossa's Miss Maggie Flowers owner Maggie will further provide free flower decorating demonstrations.
"This is such an opportunity to enjoy gardening and to take away knowledge from such talented people," Roz Seppelt, Grand Cru Estate, said.
"If you really do love gardening, bees, nature, all things outdoor, then this weekend is for you."
In addition, the two-day event will mean the public can peruse garden products, plants for sale, garden products and flowers.
Food and refreshments are covered by Barossa Ice-cream and Barossa coffee, and Manning Sculptures will have something fun small or large on offer.
All details, including program timetable, information and bookings, as seats are limited, are available by visiting www.grandcruestate.com.au or phoning 8568 2452.
Tickets will also be available on the day.