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Programs at Chanticleer


We now offer even more ways for our visitors to enrich their Chanticleer experience!

Chanticleer is proud to sponsor a wide variety of programs, workshops, classes, and collaborative programs with some of our regional garden communities and friends. We encourage you to expore all Chanticleer has to offer as it usually leads to a heightened appreciation for our garden and an increased awareness in regards to the natural treasures within.

Chanticleer Internship Program

Paid and unpaid internships providing professional work experience alongside Chanticleer's horticultural staff are offered seasonally. If interested, submit a letter of interest, resume, and at minimum one letter of recommendation. Applications will be accepted until January 15th. Please provide information about your professional goals, expectations of the internship, what dates you are available, if you need housing, and what hourly wage you are hoping to receive. E-mail your application materials to admin@chanticleergarden.org, or mail to Chanticleer Internship Program, 786 Church Road, Wayne Pennsylvania, 19087.

Chanticleer Internship Information

Chanticleer Scholars

The Chanticleer Scholarship in Professional Development offers public garden professionals financial support for academic or non-academic training to improve their leadership skills. The scholarship has two core components:

1. Support of an academic experience and
2. Support of travel to meet with leaders to build on the training experience.

To read more about the Chanticleer Scholarship, click here.
To view current and past Chanticleer Scholars, click here.

The Chanticleer USA Christopher Lloyd Scholarship at Great Dixter

Chanticleer supports a horticulturist to study at Great Dixter in East Sussex, England and at Chanticleer in Wayne, Pennsylvania. This one-year Scholarship includes 11 months at Great Dixter and one month at Chanticleer, providing an opportunity to develop practical skills and the 'sense of place' needed to manage complex, innovative gardens.

This training opportunity was established to inspire a future generation of top-notch North American gardeners. Qualified applicants will have completed horticultural training, be looking for an immersive experience to advance their knowledge of plants, design and organizational excellence, and be U.S. citizens. To find more information about the placement and application requirements, please visit Great Dixter's website..

Opening Times

Closed for the Season


The garden will open for the
2017 Season on Wednesday,
March 29, 2017.

Early Openings in 2017


The garden will open at 8:00am on
April 1st, May 6th, June 3rd, July 1st,
August 5th, September 2nd, and October 7th. .

2017 Season Passes Now Available


Purchase 2017 season passes before March 29 at the 2016 rate .

News & Events

Chanticleer Lecture


March 27, 7pm
The Wayne Art Center
413 Maplewood Avenue
Wayne Pa, 19087

Aaron Bertelson presents
The Great Dixter Cookbook
Free of charge, seating is limited.

For more info...

The Art of Gardening


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

Journal Entries


Take a look at the journal of
Adolph G. Rosengarten, Jr. as he recorded the happenings of the day.

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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