Week of November 2, 2012


Musa damage in the Teacup Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Retention Beds

Water from Hurricane Sandy fill basin's planted with Carex stricta, Carex vulpinoidea and Juncus effusus.

Photo by Lisa Roper

Lindera salicifolia turns brilliant shades of yellow and orange lighting up The Long Border.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Coreopsis integrifolia

Fall Color is evident in the floating leaves on The Chanticleer Sun Porch.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Camellia 'Winter's Joy'

Camellia 'Winter's Joy' opens in The Asian Woods.

Photo by Lisa Roper
The Kitchen Courtyard

In The Kitchen Courtyard a collection of edibles including Strawberries, Pomegranates, Gourds, Culinary Sage, Lemons and a Coffee Plant can be found.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Schizachyrium scoparium 'Blue Heaven'

Schizachyrium scoparium [Blue Heaven] remains standing even after Hurricane Sandy!

Photo by Lisa Roper
Crocus speciosus 'Oxonian'

Crocus speciosus 'Oxonian', a fall blooming crocus with bright orange stigma blooms near The Pond Garden.

Photo by Lisa Roper
Great blue heron

A Great blue heron pauses beside the spitting toad.

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

High praise from
The New York Times,
Chicago Tribune, Garden Design,
St. Catharines Standard, and FlipKey by Trip Advisor.

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