Philadelphia’s annual harbinger of warmer days is rapidly approaching, and we’ve got your guide to all of the floral festivities.
The Bouqs app lets you send a variety of flowers – from roses to orchids – grown on a South American volcano.
Plant pansies in the fall and you’ll have good reason to smile not only in the Spring, but well into summer.
Why should you go around snipping or snapping the tops off your bulbs once the show is over?
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is blooming this weekend.
It’s already annoying and it’s going to be a bad year for allergies.
The snow, the wind, the ice, has left gardeners with broken branches, layers of leaves, and a muddy mess in low-lying areas, but for those who love to toil in the soil it’s fun waiting to be had.
If you’re looking to surround yourself with nature’s beauty, stop and smell the roses (or tulips, or daffodils…) at one of these gorgeous gardens, right here in the Philadelphia area.
Some of my favorite things I saw while shopping at the Flower Show were rectangular vases that were so narrow, the flowers stand up in them in neat rows, single file.
In honor of the Philadelphia Flower Show and with the help of some local children, SEPTA has beautified one of its buses.
How are area florists preparing to fulfill the hundreds of orders they have on one of their busiest days of the year?
So, that’s why they say to pinch back plants by the Fourth of July! Because if you don’t – they can open up in the middle like an elephant sat on them.
Here are some gardening safety tips to keep your dogs and cats healthy.
While lots of littler trees have fabulous flowers down low where we can see them, the tulip poplar blooms high above us. So, keep an eye out for their fallen flowers and take one home as a treat.
Regardless of how your garden flowers are doing, a huge display of orchids begins today in Philadelphia.