Philadelphia International Flower Show
While there are tons of great ideas and horticultural feats on display at the Flower Show, there’s also plenty of flower arranging. So recognize it for what it is – and what it isn’t.
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.
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.
You can be overwhelmed by the sights at The Philadelphia Flower Show; but close your eyes and concentrate and you can learn a lot just with your ears.
Even if you don’t fuss and fertilize and root prune and repot and learn every horticultural requirement, lots of plants can still survive and thrive;
More than 42,000 people poured thru the doors this weekend, 14,000 more than last year.
Exhibitors say they expect 11-hour days to make sure everything’s just right for Sunday’s opening.
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This Friday and Saturday, March 11th and 12th, are Family Nights at the Philadelphia Flower Show.
Ever think about entering one of your plants in the Philadelphia International Flower Show? You don’t need to be rich or a famous horticulturalist. Everyone from experts to novices is welcome.
McGillin’s Olde Ale House has been altering its food and drink menu to coincide with the Philadelphia International Flower Show’s theme since the early 90s. This year they offer a taste of France.
The Philadelphia International Flower Show is only days away, and we’ve got your guide to all of the floral festivities!
Since it’s ‘Springtime in Paris’ at the Flower Show, in addition to art, gardens, and the Eiffel Tower, the cafés and culinary delights of Paris will be celebrated too.
It’s time for The Flower Show – proof that you’ve survived the winter.