Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
This Saturday, May 2nd, you can explore Meadowbrook Farm and learn a thing or two to better your own garden.
If you can manage it, why not make a donation to your favorite garden non-profit group? There may be a benefit to both you and the non-profit!
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.
The Flower Show is coming up at the end of the month – so there’s still time to volunteer, and get a behind-the-scenes peek for your efforts.
Hadas reports this week on a new burger stand in Reading Terminal Market with a charitable mission, a pop-up beer garden coming to center city Philadelphia in conjunction with the Flower Show, and tips for what to serve at your Super Bowl party.
Poinsettias are originally from Mexico, but their popularity here has a Philly connection.
Glaxo Smith Kline gave nine $40,000 “Impact Award” grants to nonprofit groups that work to create healthier communities through education, food resources, shared spaces, and more.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is helping gardeners make the transition from summer to fall.
A fall festival, some new happenings at the Reading Terminal Market and a Four Seasons travelling food truck.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Fall Festival, this Saturday at the Navy Yard, offers seasonal fun for the whole family.
Paving the way for green living in Philadelphia and surrounding areas, these three individuals volunteer their time and share their knowledge with others in support of a more sustainable community.
Folks in the Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion neighborhood spent Saturday improving their community garden.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has transformed a vacant lot on South Street near 15th Sreet into a lush, shaded, pop-up garden.
During the happy hour event at the College of Physicians, you’ll find out how herbs have been used for centuries not only to add flavor to food but also for health and healing.
It looks lovely and it smells sweet – this past week has been high time to have a Fringetree – or three – in your yard. And the true beauty is its low maintenance.