April 27, 2018

A Visit to Chanticleer Garden in Pennsylvania

I love visiting gardens whenever I can, especially during this time of year when many trees, plants and flowers are coming to life.

Last week, while in Pennsylvania for other business commitments, I made a brief visit to the majestic Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Chanticleer Garden is an estate and botanical garden featuring more than five-thousand plants, trees and shrubs for the public to see. The garden has been called one of the most romantic, imaginative, and exciting gardens in America. Originally purchased in 1912 as a private estate for Adolph Rosengarten, Sr. and his wife, Christine, the 37-acre property eventually became home to their children before it was lovingly preserved and opened as a pleasure garden for the public in 1993. If you're ever in the area, I encourage you to visit Chanticleer Garden.

Here are some photos.