Approximately 10,000 Philadelphia residents are living in flood zones. And that number is only within the city limits.
As the English government works to protect its sensitive peat bogs, gardeners in the Philadelphia area could be impacted.
“I go out there, I pop it open, there’s water to the top of the drum. The seismograph is completely under water,” recalls Prof. Jonathan Nyquist.
Temple University accounting students are spending their next five Saturdays preparing free tax returns for low-income families.
One of the exhibits at the Phiadelphia Flower Show shows how you can grow a lush Hawaiian-looking garden with plants native to the Philadelphia area.
The Philadelphia area has lots of great places to learn about gardening including Longwood Gardens, the Barnes Foundation and a degree program at Temple Ambler.
Just in time for Spring, learn more about bulbs in a lecture Sunday at the Ambler Arboretum called “Bulbs A to Z.”
The call is out for corporate bicycle teams to sign up for a major diabetes fundraiser in Philadelphia this coming June.
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