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Title: 7 Most Beautiful Flower Gardens in Pennsylvania

7 Most Beautiful Historic Gardens
in Pennsylvania
Explore a world of Landscape Designs also learn
about Horticulture
Hershey Gardens - Hershey, Pennsylvania
  • First three and a half acre rose garden opened
    in 1937. By 1942 Hershey Gardens expanded to a
    dazzling 23-acre botanical garden
  • Hershey Gardens is an operating division of The
    M.S. Hershey Foundation, a 501(c)3 not-for-
  • profit organization
  •   Dedicated to horticultural excellence while
  • valuable learning opportunities inspiring
    memorable experiences - a must visit!

Phipps Garden Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Since 1893, visitors have been drawn to the
    natural wonder and beauty contained within the 19
    indoor and outdoor gardens of Phipps Conservatory
  • A computer controlled de-icing system that
    automatically warms the sidewalks using waste
    heat at the front-entrance walkway to the Welcome
    Center during snow and ice conditions
  • Phipps is open daily from 930 am to 5 pm and
    until 10 pm on Friday

Bowmans Hill Wildflower Preserve - New Hope,
  • Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve is a 134-acre
    property located in Bucks County in southeastern
  • Picturesque trails wind through eastern
    deciduous woodland, open meadow, along a small
    pond and Pidcock Creek.
  • Of the approximately 2000 species native to
    Pennsylvania, the Preserve is home to nearly 1000
    of them.

Brandywine River Museum Wildflower Gardens -
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Designed by horticulturist F.M. Mooberry and
    begun in 1974
  • In 1979, Lady Bird Johnson dedicated the
    gardens to Ford B. Draper and Henry A. Thouron,
    two individuals who played important roles in the
    establishment of the Brandywine Conservancy
  • A unique feature of the gardens is the
    rainwater detention basin located between the two
    paved parking areas and it provides a wetland
    habitat for several species of wildflower

Chanticleer Gardens - Wayne, Pennsylvania
  • Chanticleer was the estate of Christine and
    Adolph Rosengarten, Sr. Mr. Rosengarten was head
    of the pharmaceutical company Rosengarten and
  • Their son Adolph, Jr., left the property to be
    enjoyed as a public garden and the garden opened
    to visitors in 1993
  • Sculptural, homemade seats, benches, wrought
    iron fences, and bridges highlight the uniqueness
    and personal nature of the garden

Bartrams Garden - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • On this site more than 250 years ago, John
    Bartram, a Quaker farmer, decided to spend the
    rest of his life seeking to understand all forms
    of nature
  • Historic core is fundamentally a collection of
    Bartram plants species collected, grown, and
    studied by the Bartram family from 1728 1850,
    with a focus on native plants of eastern North
  • Today, gardening enthusiasts, history buffs,
    scholars and children enjoy John Bartram's
    legacy, now called Bartram's Garden

Meadowbrook Farm - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Designed and created by J. Liddon Pennock, Jr.
    (1913-2003), Meadowbrook Farm remains his garden
  • Meadowbrook Farm sits on 25 acres in the
    suburbs to the north of Philadelphia in Abington
  • The original parcel of 150 acres, the house,
    and its furnishings were given to Liddon and his
    wife, Alice Herkness (1915-1996), as a wedding
    gift by her parents in 1936

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