Sunday, August 30, 2015

Celebrate the Longwood Gardens Chrysanthemum Festival

Longwood Gardens' annual Chrysanthemum Festival features over 20,000 beautiful blooming chrysanthemums grown to extreme sizes.

Celebrate the Longwood Gardens Chrysanthemum Festival

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Photo: Longwood Gardens
Photo: Longwood Gardens

Longwood Gardens’ annual Chrysanthemum Festival features over 20,000 beautiful blooming chrysanthemums grown to extreme sizes throughout the gardening center. Marvel at the amazing fall foliage inside and outside the center’s walls.

The major draw of this festival comes in the form of the nation’s largest chrysanthemum, the Thousand Bloom Mum, with more that 1,000 blooms and measures over 11 feet in diameter. 

In addition to the Thousand Bloom Mum, the festival celebrates horticultural artistry in many other forms using innovative plant-growing techniques that will all be on display for your viewing pleasure.

October 26 – November 24
1011 Longwood Rd in Kennett Square, PA
$18 adults, $8 students, $15 seniors
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