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Chanticleer was the estate of Christine and Adolph Rosengarten, Sr. Their son Adolph, Jr., left the property to be enjoyed as a public garden. The garden opened to visitors in 1993.
This is a statue of a chanticleer (or rooster) that the garden is named after.
Leading up to the main house.
The Teacup Garden is near the entrance. I thought it was interesting that there were so many tropical plants. It was hard to believe we were in Pennsylvania.
Cut Flower and Vegetable Garden
My favorite part of the Cut Flower and Vegetable Garden were the sunflowers. I visit a lot of botanical gardens but most of them don't have sunflowers which is disappointing because it is one of my favorite flowers (they look like they have personalities and I like to use sunflowers in making flower designs.
The Ruin Garden
The Pond Garden
Other Scenes Around Chanticleer Garden
Some Flowers Around Chanticleer Garden
Pastel Pansies Postage
White Lilies Mousepad
Dahlia Santa Claus Ladies
Spaghetti Top (Fitted)
Pink Dahlias Kidds Climax
Basic Men's T-Shirt
Red, Red Rose Aprons
Purple Orchid Trio
Ladies Basic Dark T-Shirt
Kids Hooded Sweatshirt
Irises by the Lake Stickers
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