Chanticleer: The Apple House, Great Lawn, and Serpentine

Chanticleer is so large, more than 30 acres planted and we walked the whole thing.  The Apple House was unexpected and just precious. It is fun to witness someone else’s artistic make-believe done well.

The Great Lawn is unbelievably magnificent; Christy said she could imagine children running wild on that lawn.  That would be so much fun.

The Serpentine is a huge strip of land planted now with a swath of sorghum.  I don’t know if they did that with seed or not, but it is perfect–all the same height and lined up beautifully.  They say that Chanticleer is all about dramatic effect and that proves it.

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