Two days full of fun will be on offer at the Victoria State Rose Garden in Werribee South next month.

The annual State Rose & Garden Show will be held on the weekend of November 9 and 10, from 10am to 4pm each day.

The event will give visitors a chance to see more than 5000 roses growing at the gardens and will include plant care demonstrations, guided tours, pop-up nursery stalls with plants, tools, pots and homewares, live music and food trucks.

Well-known gardening experts Kim Syrus, Jane Edmanson, Anthony Scott and Vasili Kanidiadis will be on hand to give advice.

This year will include a new feature, a pop-up garden with craft beers and ciders provided by Kombi Keg, wine and Roseade spritzers provided by Chirping Bird Wines and food by Bluebonnet Barbecue on November 9.

Sadie inspects the roses. Photo by Damjan Janevski.

On November 10, a high tea will be held with the Prosecco Van and Mrs Baker’s Gin.

There will also be a mini-posy making workshop and kids activities, including a sandpit and garden craft, with magic wand and pot plant decoration.

Entry to the State Rose and Garden Show is free, with a gold coin donation welcome to support the work of the volunteers who maintain the garden.

Two High Tea package experiences are available for pre-purchase, ‘Little Pleasures’ and ‘Afternoon Delight’ with prices starting from $30. Bookings are limited.

Details: www.stateroseandgardenshow.com.au, 9742 0777 or events@wyndham.vic.gov.au