Floral Art,Garden Clubs & Horticultural Societies

28apr2012 068-230x153Gardening can be a very personal experience in our own private gardens. Yet a large part of the gardening experience revolves around sharing, love and fellowship. This sort of fellowship can often be found by joining a garden club or a Horticultural/Floral Arts Society.
As well as meeting many friends who share a similar interest, you are tapping into the collective wisdom of the group, which is often considerable.Knowledge and years of experience are two of the most important factors contributing to truly successful gardening, especially in its more advanced forms as an art. With the help of a friendly garden group learning and experience can be a delight. Soon you will find yourself rewarded with lovely gardens and gardening experiences with others that will warm your heart, brighten your soul and enrich your spirit.
Garden clubs come in as many shapes, sizes and purposes as the plants and flowers their members so dearly love. Many have on-going education programs that include organized unit courses on plant knowledge, design, landscaping, all aspects of floral arts, vegetable growing, and just about anything else you would ever want to know on the subject.
Other groups tend to be more community social circles involved in charity work and fund raising whose members share a common love of nature and gardening. Some clubs attract a specific age, socioeconomic, or interest group. Then there are those clubs that revolve around a personality or core group which you'll either like or you'd probably not feel comfortable joining. While others are a really delightful mixed bag.

So don't get discouraged if at first you don't find what you are looking for; keep on searching until you find the group and situation that's right for you!


About us

dale-john 01-100x66 Dale Harvey and John Newton met in Melbourne Aust. in 1981. Since then they both men have supported each others careers while also building and maintaining their own. Read about how they were able to turn their joint careers into one and creating a dream of a better world starting in their own local community.

Media & Publications

host daffodils-100x66The following articles are a small part of the many published editorials on or about both Dale Harvey and John Newton.

Plus the property affectionately nick named by the people of New Zealand, as the
"Quarter Acre” Paradise gardens.

Awards & Credits

HOPE Trust-100x66This is a collection of Appreciation Certificates, Local and Overseas Awards with Acknowledgments presented to Dale Harvey and John Newton over the many years of their joint careers.
Plus the Launch and Registration
of The H.O.P.E. Trust
The Healing of Planet Earth.

Contact Us

Quarter Acrea Paradise
23 Vine Street
Mangere East 2024
Auckland New Zealand

Text: 0274720700
Tel: +61 9 276 4827
Email: info@daleharvey.com