Images: Cantigny's new display gardens

 
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Updated 7/11/2018 1:01 PM
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See the completed display gardens at Cantigny Park in Wheaton. The gardens will open to the public on Saturday, July 14.

A pattern garden in the lower display gardens features neatly arranged annuals at Cantigny Park in Wheaton.
  A pattern garden in the lower display gardens features neatly arranged annuals at Cantigny Park in Wheaton.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Cantigny Park's display gardens have been redesigned as part of the $25 million Project New Leaf project.
  Cantigny Park's display gardens have been redesigned as part of the $25 million Project New Leaf project.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Wide pathways in the display gardens at Cantigny Park are ADA compliant.
  Wide pathways in the display gardens at Cantigny Park are ADA compliant.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Cantigny Park's display gardens features a rose garden with plenty of walkways as part of a redesign.
  Cantigny Park's display gardens features a rose garden with plenty of walkways as part of a redesign.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Carex Ice Dance plants thrive in the shadow of a 300 year-old oak tree in the display gardens at Cantigny Park.
  Carex Ice Dance plants thrive in the shadow of a 300 year-old oak tree in the display gardens at Cantigny Park.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Bees are an integral part of the pollinator gardens at Cantigny Park in Wheaton.
  Bees are an integral part of the pollinator gardens at Cantigny Park in Wheaton.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Grey Headed Coneflowers grow from a 15x15 grid at the display gardens in Cantigny Park.
  Grey Headed Coneflowers grow from a 15x15 grid at the display gardens in Cantigny Park.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Craig Kruckenberg, horticulture manager at Cantigny Park in Wheaton, matches engraved plaques to their proper plant species in the new formal gardens.
  Craig Kruckenberg, horticulture manager at Cantigny Park in Wheaton, matches engraved plaques to their proper plant species in the new formal gardens.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Display gardens at Cantigny Park in Wheaton are watered in preparation for a general public opening.
  Display gardens at Cantigny Park in Wheaton are watered in preparation for a general public opening.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
A new pedestrian turnabout walkway is built showcasing the World War l soldier statue as part of the $25 million Project New Leaf at Cantigny Park in Wheaton.
  A new pedestrian turnabout walkway is built showcasing the World War l soldier statue as part of the $25 million Project New Leaf at Cantigny Park in Wheaton.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
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