Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at the 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on March 1st and 2nd. […]
One of the most elegantly-easy-to-use ideas at the Flower Show was a simple reminder of a good rule of garden design: thinking in threes.
To get more of that dramatic Flower Show impact at home, what you can do when you go shopping this spring is, in addition to choosing plants by color, size and light requirements, check the bloom time too.
Some of the most overlooked highlights of The Flower Show are the Pressed Plant works of art. So, make it a point to look for them.
Even if you don’t fuss and fertilize and root prune and repot and learn every horticultural requirement, lots of plants can still survive and thrive;
Organizers says a 38-foot-high Big Ben will be the centerpiece of the show.
More than 42,000 people poured thru the doors this weekend, 14,000 more than last year.
You can get a sneak peek at some fancy new flowers and cutting edge cultivars, when Meadowbrook Farm in Abington holds a Spring Open House.
The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation is ringing in the new year with new exhibits and more events n Philadelphia.