One of my favorite spots at Chanticleer is always the Teacup Garden, and I like that the gardeners get to change it from year to year. This fall the colors seemed sullen, in an attractive way. I was really smitten with how the raindrops beaded on the Euphorbia cotinifolia, and how the variegated Asclepias curassavica played so well with the grass, which I think was Nassella tenuissima.
Not sullen, the Cutting Garden was full of color, and being late in the season it towered over our heads.
Chanticleer House Garden
If you would like to see the remainder of my photos from this trip, please visit my Flickr page, and you can also see previous Chanticleer blog posts from 2016 here, and from 2011 here. Currently I am hosting my annual Winter Walk-Off, and I invite all of my fellow bloggers to participate.