Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
It’s time to enter The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s annual City Gardens Contest which has been celebrating the success of local gardeners for nearly 40 years!
This marks the third summer that the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has transformed an eyesore into an oasis.
It was all for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s annual “City in Bloom” event.
It’ll be another breath of fresh air every time the Phillies “go yard” this season.
Sally McCabe, project manager for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s “Garden Tenders” program, says gardeners can begin putting in their cool season crops now.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society wrote “30” on this year’s edition of the Flower Show and it went out with a bang.
The 2013 Philadelphia Flower Show is open to the public and visitors this year are being treated to a taste of England.
It’s fun to go behind the scenes, get in early, or be first to see any big event, and this week you can get a special sneak peek of the set up, staging, and serious hard work that makes all the magic happen at the Philadelphia Flower Show.
Organizers says a 38-foot-high Big Ben will be the centerpiece of the show.
If you can’t get enough of English gardens, you’ll be glad to know that this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show, called BRILLIANT!, is all about the grand garden traditions of Great Britain.
The Philadelphia area boasts a large collection of Ginkgo trees, on its streets and in parks. But at this time of year, that can seem more like a curse than a blessing. The reason? Ginkgos smell.
Lots of trees fell during the hurricane, so first that means clean up, and then, replanting. If you’d like to pitch in, consider becoming a ‘Tree Tender’ for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
Does your neighborhood look better today than it did last week? It might if it was one of 35 Philadelphia area neighborhoods where volunteers planted 900 new trees this weekend.
The garden, near 19th and Walnut Streets, was intended to be temporary but the idea behind it is becoming permanent.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on a restaurant week in South Jersey, a food pantry fundraiser in South Philadelphia, and a culinary convention in Montgomery County featuring celebrity chef Bethenny Frankel.