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Shop with PHS online, at the Flower Show, or at Meadowbrook Farm in Abington, PA.

PHS members enjoy a subscription to Green Scene magazine, also available on the iPad.

The support of members, volunteers, and donors. allows PHS to grow and flourish

Do you require further information? Please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

 
About
 
 
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1827 that offers programs, activities, workshops, and publications for gardeners of all levels and interests.

Proceeds from the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, as well as donations from foundations, corporations, government agencies, and individuals, support PHS programs and initiatives, including Plant One Million, a multi-state tree-planting campaign, and City Harvest, which grows fresh produce for more than 1,200 families in need each week.

Our Mission

PHS motivates people to improve the quality of life and create a sense of community through horticulture.

Visit Us

PHS headquarters is located at 100 North 20th Street (20th and Arch Streets) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In addition to administrative offices, the building houses the PHS McLean Library, which contains the most extensive collection of horticultural books in the Greater Philadelphia region.

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2013 Annual Report

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Contact Us

Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
100 N. 20th Street, 5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1495 
Phone: 215-988-8800
Fax: 215-988-8810
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