By John McDevitt

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Tuesday’s snow storm had many Philadelphia Flower Show attendees waiting until the final days to tip-toe through the tulips. And attendance has been very high.

Numbers were down Tuesday and Wednesday, but things picked up closer to the weekend.

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Alan Jaffe is director of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, PHS puts on the show.

“We had a little weather in the middle of the week, fortunately it was in the beginning of the week, it affected our attendance for a day and a half or so,” he said. “But people have been coming a lot of them rearranged their plans fortunately and have been coming to the show.”

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Attendance numbers are not yet available, proceeds from the Flower Show support the PHS’s work to transform lives and communities through horticulture and greening projects.