Warwick gardener Clint Kenny outside the chook house in his stunning garden, The Laurels.
Warwick gardener Clint Kenny outside the chook house in his stunning garden, The Laurels.

Garden lovers see paradise

A LITTLE piece of paradise was opened up to admirers at the weekend.

Clint Kenny held an open garden at his Locke St home on Saturday, with visitors travelling from all over for a glimpse of his beautiful property.

The talented landscaper said he had enjoyed meeting people and hearing their feedback at the weekend.

This year was the second time Mr Kenny has opened The Laurels to the public, and he said he planned to take a break next year.

"I have said no to next year because there are a few things I want to work on so I can give people something different to see next time," he said.

One of the projects Mr Kenny has in mind is running a stream through his stunning garden.


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