Week of October 12, 2012

Muhlenbergia capillaris

Muhlenbergia capillaris, Muhly Grass, resembles gossamer clouds in the morning light.

Photo by Eric Hsu
Spiranthes odorata

Spiranthes odorata, a native orchid blooms near The Pond.

Photo by Lisa Roper

Aster oblongifolius 'October Skies' blooms amoung Lavender and Thyme in The Gravel Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
The Ruin

Sun streams through large Pinus strobus, The Eastern White Pine, behind The Ruin.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Chanticleer Terrace Garden

Leonotis leonurus, a plant commonly called Lions Tail, adds color to a silvery border in the Chanticleer Terrace Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Punica granatum

Punica granatum, The Pomagranite Tree drips with ripening fruit in the Kitchen Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
The Little Bluestem Meadow

Light catches the leaves of Salix alba 'Britzensis' and the silvery inflorescences of Schizachyrium scoparium [Blue Heaven] in The Little Bluestem Meadow.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Ipomoea lobata

Ipomoea lobata, The Spanish Flag Vine climbs on an arch in the Cut Flower Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Actinidia arguta

Actinidia arguta, The Hardy Kiwi produces grape sized sweet fruit in The Vegetable Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
The Pond Garden

Visitors take in the view from the top of the Rock ledge overlooking The Pond Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Cissus discolor

Cissus discolor, a tropical vine from Southeast Asia, climbs through a handmaid handrail and over a wall in The Entrance Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Kitchen Courtyard

Gourds nestle around containers in the Kitchen Courtyard.

Photo by Lisa Roper

Previous Weeks

What's in Bloom - 2011 Season

Take a look at last seasons Highlights to help plan your visit this season...

Opening Times

Closed for the Season

The garden will open for the
2018 Season on Wednesday,
March 28, 2018.

News & Events

Chanticleer Lecture

April 29th, 3pm
Radnor Memorial Library
Winsor Room

Claudia West presents:
Wild and Neat: Bridging the Gap between Great Garden Design and Ecology
Free of charge, seating is limited.

2018 Season Passes Now Available

Now available for purchase
2018 Season Passes!

The Art of Gardening

Chanticleer's book,
The Art of Gardening, is available at book sellers everywhere, including Amazon.

Chanticleer In the News

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Chicago Tribune, Garden Design,
St. Catharines Standard, and FlipKey by Trip Advisor.

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