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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.

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

Be a part of the PHS family!

We invite you to join the thousands of people who support the PHS mission through membership. The benefits are far-reaching for you and the community, and growing all the time.

As a PHS member you’ll enjoy 12 months of exciting programs and opportunities to explore your gardening and horticultural interests. You’ll also receive tickets to the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, publications, discounts, invitations, and more.

Beyond the benefits, your membership supports PHS’s work, including programs like PHS City Harvest and Plant One Million. Thank you!

Join Us

New Members

One of the best parts of PHS membership is the perks. Click the link below for an outline of membership benefits. There are many levels of membership, so find the one that’s right for you.
Click here to learn about becoming a PHS member.

Current Members

Thank you for your support. Be sure to take advantage of the many benefits associated with membership. Don’t forget to carry your membership card so that you’re always prepared.
Click here to renew your PHS membership.
Click here to discover how to access your membership benefits.

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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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