Past Chanticleer Scholars
Andrew Bunting - Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
The Chanticleer Scholarship aided Andrew’s participation in a botanical expedition in Sichuan, China in September 2010. This research trip involved the international collaboration of multiple organizations while collecting and documenting seeds amd specimens.
Stephanie Jutila - American Horticultural Society, Alexandria, VA
Stephanie attended the course, Leading for Organizational Impact: The Looking Glass Experience, offered by the Center for Creative Leadership. The course looks at the fundamentals of effective leadership: self-awareness, communication, influence, and learning agility.
MaryLynn Mack - Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, AZ
MaryLynn participated in the Museum Leadership Institute (MLI) held at the Getty Center in Los Angeles in July 2010. MLI is an executive development opportunity that enhances the skills of experienced museum executives and strengthens their institutions’ capabilities.
Jennifer Lee - Shaw Nature Reserve of the Missouri Botanical Garden, Gray Summitt, MO
The Chanticleer Scholarship afforded Jennifer to attend a three-day American Management Association seminar entitled, Leadership Skills for Supervisors. The seminar covered communication, conflict resolution, and leadership techniques.
Mark Dwyer - Rotary Botanical Gardens, Janesville, WI
The Scholarship enabled Mark to attend numerous conferences nationally, where he met with other professionals and visited gardens across North America. The emphasis of his work was in youth education and horticultural therapy.
Adrienne Roethling - Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden, Kernersville, NC
The Scholarship afforded Adrienne the opportunity to develop her skills as a writer. She met with horticultural writers, enrolled in journalism classes, and attended the national meetings for the Garden Writers Association and the American Public Gardens Association.
Ian Simpkins - Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami, FL
Through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Ian attended the three-week Historic Preservation Studies course in San Gemini, Italy. The course covered the conservation of cultural heritage and preservation studies.
Brian Sullivan - Descanso Gardens, La Canada, CA
The Scholarship assisted Brian in the achievement of a Landscape Architect certificate at the University of California-Los Angelos Extension program. The certificate validated educationally his real-world accomplishments and experiences.
Brian Houck - Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, IL
The Scholarship contributed to Brian’s pursuance of a Masters of Science in Nonprofit Management at the Spetus Institiute of Jewish Studies in Chicago, IL.
News & Events
Full Parking Lot
Our parking lot may fill on busy weekends and on Friday evenings and you may need to wait until there is an opening. To avoid this, come when the weather is not perfect and arrive earlier in the day. Car pooling helps!
Noted Photographers return:
Roger Foley on June 21-23 and
Allen Rokach on October 25-27.
Early Openings in 2013
The garden will open at 8:00am on Saturday July 27th, and Saturday, September 21st.
Woody Plant Conference
The conference will be held at
Scott Arboretum on Friday, July 19, 2013.
For more information see the Woody Plant Conference website.
Join Chanticleer gardener Emma Seniuk at the Paoli Library to explore vegetables and herbs. Register on the Paoli Library website.
Chanticleer In the News
High praise from the
Philadelphia Inquirer, and from London's Financial Times.
The Art of Gardening at Great Dixter
Britain's fabulous Great Dixter is holding a series of symposia on May 18-25, September 7-14, and November 2-9, 2013. Learn how to garden the Great Dixter way with Head Gardener Fergus Garrett.