Philadelphia Flower Show
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.
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.
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.
Pat Ciarrocchi talks with Carrie Denny, the editor of Philadelphia Wedding, about the Philadelphia Flower Show and how for one night turns into a wedding chapel.
To replicate a lot of that Flower Show drama, plant many more of the same thing. Don’t plant just one or two when 10 will do just as nicely.
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.
For many people at the Flower Show, this is the winter that can’t go away soon enough.
Relief from this unusually tough winter arrived Saturday with the opening of the Philadelphia Flower Show to the public.
In honor of the Philadelphia Flower Show and with the help of some local children, SEPTA has beautified one of its buses.
Camden Children’s Garden founder Mike Devlin says the nature education center on the Camden waterfront was looking down the barrel of a gun last year.
The best way to start your visit to this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show is with the entrance garden, the first of countless “wows” the show delivers.
This year, the “Garden to Table Studio” moves to the main floor of the Philadelphia Flower Show.
Besides serving on the executive committee of the Flower Show, Courtney Peterson is a jewelry vendor in the show Marketplace.
This year, for its 65th-anniversary entry at the Flower Show, Del Val College is incorporating artwork from more than a thousand schoolchildren into its exhibit.