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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

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Pop Up Gardens

The 2013 PHS Pop Up Garden

The third-annual Pop Up Garden brought to light the relationship between horticulture and the arts and also featured a mobile restaurant offering endless good eats by the Garces Group. The garden is now closed, but you relive the memories with this slideshow of guest photos from Instagram.

Project Info:

The lot at 313 S. Broad Street was one of Philadelphia's most popular spots from May to October 2013. Conceptualized by PHS, FCM and Groundswell Design Group, the space allowed for dining and drinking under a lush tree canopy amid twinkling lights. PHS's on-staff landscape architects created the lush plantings, lawn space, and cleverly incorporated prop pieces from the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show.

Read all the good things that were said about the garden in articles by Inga Saffron and Craig LaBan. You can also listen to an audio tour courtesy of Lokadot.

Thank you to the garden sponsors and supporters:

Chipotle Mexican Grill The University of the Arts
Grant Thornton FCM
The Hankin Group Groundswell Design Group
Shearon Environmental Design Garces Group
Broad Street Ministry Mark Cook Landscape
Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts


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PHS Garden Tenders The only program of its kind in the Philadelphia region, PHS Garden Tenders is a training course for community groups, organizations, and individuals interested in starting community garden in Philadelphia. Mar 19, 2014 6:00 PM
Class: Land and Water Co-sposored by PHS and the Wagner Free Institute of Science, this six-session course will provide a survey of the changing wetlands and waterways of Philadelphia and how they have interacted with the flora, fauna, and human land use of the region. Mar 31, 2014 6:30 PM
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