Philadelphia Flower Show
This year’s edition, March 1st through 9th, is called “ARTiculture,” exploring the “fusion of art and horticulture.”
This year, The Philadelphia Flower Show will debut its first ever “Green Room” — an interactive hub for Flower Show buzz online and in-person.
“Flower Show is going to be ‘Articulture,’ and it’s the celebration of art and horticulture together,” says Drew Becher, president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
This marks the third summer that the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has transformed an eyesore into an oasis.
Chris continues to discuss the political scandals involving the IRS investigations of political groups and the terrorist attacks in Benghazi and also the Philadelphia Horticultural Societies blaming the media hype over snow for reducing turnout to the flower show. He also talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel, Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup, and Nancy O’Dell from Entertainment Tonight.
Attendance declined significantly at the Philadelphia Flower Show this year, a drop that organizers attributed to weather forecasts.
On Thursday at the Market East station, the George Weldon Trio played jazz music for passersby.
Girls Night Out at the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show will return for its third consecutive year—attracting hundreds of ladies thirsty for the ultimate night out.
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.
Some of the best things you get at The Flower Show are ideas – such as clematis climbing where you may not expect.
What’s fun for children at The Flower Show?
The 2013 Philadelphia Flower Show is open to the public and visitors this year are being treated to a taste of England.
March and early April often feature blizzards and bouts of frigid temperatures. In other words, there is still time to go out and experience winter in the Philadelphia area.
Since 1829, the Philadelphia Flower Show has been the place to go see the latest in flowers and plants — and a great way to dispel midwinter doldrums.
Exhibitors are bringing in the last of their most delicate flowers, to make sure they’re in top shape when the Philadelphia Flower Show opens to the public on Saturday.