Drew Becher, president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, says attendance the first few days of the show is exceeding expectations, so he doesn’t think weather is a factor.
It’s never too early to start thinking about the 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show. This year’s theme harkens back to the Art Deco movie palaces of the 1920s.
A fall festival, some new happenings at the Reading Terminal Market and a Four Seasons travelling food truck.
If the snow affected your plans to visit the Flower Show on Monday, the president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society says they’re running a one-day discount.
This year’s edition, March 1st through 9th, is called “ARTiculture,” exploring the “fusion of art and horticulture.”
“Flower Show is going to be ‘Articulture,’ and it’s the celebration of art and horticulture together,” says Drew Becher, president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
This marks the third summer that the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has transformed an eyesore into an oasis.
It’ll be another breath of fresh air every time the Phillies “go yard” this season.
“In the next month, the whole city will be blooming, basically from City Hall all the way to the art museum,” PHS president Drew Becher says.
Just in time for the opening of the Philadelphia Flower Show, nine local businesses have received prizes for the best flower show-themed window displays.
Drew Becher, president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, says that in a break with tradition, new technology will play a role in this year’s displays.
Organizers have announced a roster of 120 participants for this year’s Restaurant Week. And now, more center city dining has a green side dish to go with it.
You’re invited to two events courtesy of the Norristown Garden Club, now almost 100 years old.