Littlewood Farm


69 Easlea Road, Littlehampton

Saturday 06 January 2024
Sunday 07 January 2024

10:00 AM
4:30 PM



Please bring cash as EFTPOS is not always available. 


In summertime, the hillside at Littlewood Agapanthus Farm is a spectacular sea of blue, purple and white as countless thousands of agapanthus create an unforgettable show of flower power.

If you thought the colour range of this tough plant was limited to the commonly seen light blue or white, prepare to be amazed with more than 20 different agapanthus providing variations in not only flower colour but also in size, foliage and how profusely they bloom. 

Plants range from dainty miniatures to dwarf, standards and then the giants with huge flower heads held high on tall, slender stems. The colours range from dark inky shades, through to baby blue, snowy white and a pretty, semi-dwarf variety has petals tinged with a hint of pink. Regarded as the star of the show is Guilfoyle, a large prolific bloomer with tidy foliage and deep midnight blue heads of flower on black stems that last for up to eight weeks.

Sweeping lawns surround huge island beds mass planted with the different varieties, and from the pavilion and vantage point at the top of the slope, the view of over 100,000 plants in flower is breathtaking - and very much loved by the birds and bees! Mature trees are dotted throughout the property, topiary ‘lollipops’ make a bold statement and with the ornamental lake and its decorative wooden bridge, there is plenty to see.

Visitors can learn of the attributes and characteristics of the different varieties from Tracey, the nursery owner and agapanthus expert, who will ‘walk and talk’ around the property each day. Or simply wander through the garden, enjoy refreshments including pizza in the pavilion while looking down onto the fabulous living tapestry of foliage and flowers.

Agapanthus plants will be available for purchase, also pizza, coffee and wine.

Display of Bonsai and talks by President and Members of the South Australian Bonsai Association. Sale of Bonsai pots and materials.


  • Morning and afternoon tea
  • Wood oven pizza and wine
  • Plant sales - agapanthus
  • Talks about agapanthus varieties
  • Talks by President of Bonsai Club, and bonsai display and sales

Size: 1.6ha, 4 acres

Please note: Not suitable for wheelchairs; unfenced lake; slopes, bees.


Charity: Littlehampton CFS.

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The standard entry fee is $10 adults, $8 concession on presentation of the Eligible Commonwealth Government concession cards (which are the Pensioner Concession Card and the Health Care Card, but not a Seniors Card).  The concession is also available on presentation of a Horticultural Tertiary student concession card for TAFE students.  OGSA Members, including current season Garden Owners are eligible for the $8 concession on presentation of their Membership card.

Garden openings will be CANCELLED in fire rating districts on days which are declared as “Catastrophic”.

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