|Longwood Gardens -
Our first visit of Longwood Gardens was on Sunday July 2, 2006 during the 2006 Centennial Celebration
season. They were having celebrations throughout the year 2006. It is one of the most premier and beautiful
gardens in the world and is located at 1001 Longwood Road, in the town of Kennett Square in Pennsylvania
and is about 20 miles southwest of Philadelphia. If you're into horticulture, this is the place for you.
The magnificent Italian Water Garden with nice fountains in Longwood Gardens
Many people were setting up lawn chairs on the extensive Main Fountain Garden to get ready for the big
fountain show and firework in the evening as part of the 2006 Centennial Celebration.
The large lake in Longwood Gardens
Many catfish with big mouth in the large lake.
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Beautiful orchid in Orchid House in the majestic and massive Conservatory in Longwood Gardens. It is one of
the world's greatest greenhouse structures with 5,500 types of plants.
Visitors enjoying the wonderful flowers at their peak along the stunning Flower Garden Walk.
The enchanting Open Air Theatre with fountains built into the performing stage to hold all types of music and
The Sylvan Fountain on the east end of Peirce's Park.
Six years later, we toured Longwood Gardens again on November 6, 2011 during the Chrysanthemum Festival
to enjoy the colorful autumn foliage.
The Canopy Cathedral Treehouse.
A miniature pomegranate tree with two beautiful pomegranate fruits in the Bonsai Display House showcasing
ancient horticultural art of bonsai.
The sign indicates that this miniature pomegranate tree is 101 years old!
Zoom in for a closer view of the two juicy pomegranate fruits and the tree leaves.
Very large percentage of men over the age of 50 are experiencing serious urination difficulties due to enlarged
prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)). The enlarged prostate constricts the urethra such that it
becomes very difficult for urine to come out. However, drinking about 8 ounces (240ml) of pomegranate juice
daily is an effective solution to eliminate the serious urination difficulties due to enlarged prostate. It is,
therefore, very interesting for many men to see this miniature pomegranate tree with two juicy pomegranate
fruits. Pomegranate juice is available in most supermarkets.
Three of many Chrysanthemum flowers in display during the Chrysanthemum Festival in the majestic
Many colorful umbrellas on the ceiling as part of the Chrysanthemum Festival display.
Some bamboo in the Conservatory.
Zoom in for a close up view of the head of one of several Canada geese eating grass near the large lake.
Three views of a hawk circling above the Longwood Gardens.
While we were walking along the Flower Garden Walk, we heard a big commotion of many crows on tree tops
sound like that those crows were bothered by something. We looked up to scanned the sky and saw this hawk
circling in the sky. This hawk probably was very threatening to those crows.
The spectacular spring flowers in Longwood Gardens are on my web page at:
On November 6, 2011, immediately after touring Longwood Gardens, we drove south on the beautiful
Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway (i.e., Route 52 or Kennett Pike) for 7 miles to reach the 1,000-acre
Winterthur Museum and Country Estate to enjoy spectacular autumn foliage in another one of du Pont family
estates in Delaware as shown on my Travelogue web page at: