Changmu Garden The Longwood Garden in Pennsylvania is also called Dupont Garden. It has a long history. It was sold to the Pierce family in 1700 by the then Christian Quaker William Penn. The Pierce family began planting trees here, called the Pierce Garden. In 1906, Pierre S. du Pont purchased the plot and kept all the trees. DuPont was the chairman of DuPont and General Motors at the time, and the owner and architect of Changmu Garden. The garden is now open to the public 365 days a year. There are different scenes in the four seasons and there are some performances at certain times. You can join a group led by someone or visit freely. The main fountain garden has a total of 380 fountains and fountains. Looking at the fountain in the distance, the fountain in a green is quite imposing. The water can be sprayed up to 130 feet and 10,000 gallons of water per minute. The plant cultivation room was built in 1919-1921. It covers an area of four and a half acres. It has a variety of flowers and plants of various colors. There is also a huge organ in the cultivation room. There is a performance at a fixed time. Visitors are surrounded by beautiful flowers, like a fairyland.