|Fothergilla gardenii in Bell's Run Creek planting for April|
|A circular pool in this area is home to a water fairy. Cinnamon ferns (Osmunda cinnamomea) mark the place of the Camassias during their off season, and their ruddy colored plumes echos the red paint on the simple bridge railing beyond.|
|Purple Redbuds, blue phlox, white Tiarella and Viburnum light up this woodland path.|
|A small sitting area off the right of Bell's Run Creek is beautifully paved with half-bricks turned on edge. Primula, Brunnera macrophylla and Royal ferns (Osmunda regalis) fill out the planting.|
|Blue-flowering Brunnera macrophylla and Royal ferns (Osmunda regalis) near the brickwork circle.|
|At the far end of the creek is a more naturalized section, where the plants tumble down the slope to meet the water. Many water-loving plants relish these spaces.|
|Fothergilla gardenii planted along the creek edge.|
| Yellow pendulous flowers of bell-wort (Uvularia grandiflora). Chanticleer also has plantings of the perforated bell-wort|
(Uvularia perfoliata) in this garden area.
|View down the path to the small bridge that crosses the creek.|
|Fothergilla gardenii and Phlox stolonifera 'Sherwood Purple'|
|White flowers of Doublefile Viburnum (Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum 'Mariesii') over purple Phlox stolonifera 'Sherwood Purple'.|
|More Iris cristata with white Trillium grandiflora. They have eight varieties of Trillium listed for this garden.|
|Path by Bell's Run Creek in April|
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