From the labour of love, a business has bloomed which boasts hundreds of irises in a kaleidoscope of colours.
Annette tenBroeke, started the Riverina Iris Farm as a gift to her mum and years down the tracks its become her passion and side business.
"We moved here in 2011, and I started growing them because my mother loved them so much," she said.
"I put in a unique garden for her, and people loved it so much, so from then it has grown like crazy."
Now that spring has arrived, the farm will be open to the public, but things are looking a bit different.
Typically, the "Sycamore ladies" who live in the street, cook homemade treats which can be purchased for a small donation, but due to current restrictions, this will not go ahead this year.
"It's a real shame as to date we have raised $4000 for different charities," Ms tenBroeke said.
"But, this has been a real haven for me during coronavirus, and I am looking forward to seeing my regulars.
"I already have three times the amount of orders that I normally would have at this time of year because so many people are getting into their gardening."
The Riverina Iris Farm at 13 Sycamore Road, Lake Albert, will be open every day from 10am to 4pm by appointment only.
Due to social distancing rules, hand sanitiser is on offer at the entry and toilet facilities will not be available.