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10.20.17 Friday - Perennial Plant Conference

Learn the issues concerning perennial plants and get the opportunity to observe the Scott Arboretum at Swarthmore College.

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10.20.17 Friday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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10.21.17 Saturday - Community Greening Workday - Azalea Garden

Come join us as we help maintain one of the most diverse public gardens in Philadelphia. From planting annuals to pruning shrubs there is work for all ages! No need to register ahead of time—just show up.

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10.21.17 Saturday - They Might (or Might Not) Be Giants: Champion Trees of the Barnes Arboretum

Join us for a guided exploration of the Arboretum's collection of champions giant trees.

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10.21.17 Saturday - Flower Show Jewelry Artistic Workshop

Mimi Favre and Hollis Bauer, longtime Flower Show exhibitors and blue-ribbon winners, will lead this botanical jewelry workshop.

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10.21.17 Saturday - PWD Rain Check Program

Through Rain Check, Philadelphia residents can have storm water management tools installed at their homes for free or for a reduced price. Rain Check offers rain barrels, downspout planter boxes, rain gardens, de-paving, and porous pavers.

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10.23.17 Monday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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10.23.17 Monday - Green City Teachers Basic Training

Learn about gardening, greening and the environment, and how to incorporate it into classroom or after-school activities.

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10.23.17 Monday - PWD Rain Check Program

Through Rain Check, Philadelphia residents can have storm water management tools installed at their homes for free or for a reduced price. Rain Check offers rain barrels, downspout planter boxes, rain gardens, de-paving, and porous pavers.

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10.24.17 Tuesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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10.24.17 Tuesday - DIY Workshop: Festive Fall Jams & Conserves

Learn the techniques of canning the perfect jam and go home with 2 jars of your confections.

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10.25.17 Wednesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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10.25.17 Wednesday - PWD Rain Check Program

Through Rain Check, Philadelphia residents can have storm water management tools installed at their homes for free or for a reduced price. Rain Check offers rain barrels, downspout planter boxes, rain gardens, de-paving, and porous pavers.

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10.25.17 Wednesday - PWD Rain Check Program

Through Rain Check, Philadelphia residents can have storm water management tools installed at their homes for free or for a reduced price. Rain Check offers rain barrels, downspout planter boxes, rain gardens, de-paving, and porous pavers.

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10.25.17 Wednesday - 2018 Challenge Plants Workshop at Mostardi Nursery

Meadowbrook Farm growers and Flower Show Horticourt experts will show how you can grow this year's challenge plants.

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10.25.17 Wednesday - Tree Tenders Fall Basic Training Series - Philadelphia

Want to do something about Climate Change? Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender!

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10.26.17 Thursday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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10.26.17 Thursday - Decoupage Pumpkins!

Meadowbrook Farm Estate Gardener, Julie Bare, will walk you through the process of creating beautifully designed pumpkins for your holiday table.

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10.27.17 Friday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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10.28.17 Saturday - City Harvest Field Day Putting the Garden to Bed

Hosted by City Harvest staff and Urban Creators City Harvest Farmers.

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10.30.17 Monday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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10.30.17 Monday - Green City Teachers Basic Training

Learn about gardening, greening and the environment, and how to incorporate it into classroom or after-school activities.

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10.31.17 Tuesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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10.31.17 Tuesday - Drawing & Rendering Flowers with Graphite Pencil: Six-Week Course

Capture the curves, angles, and shades of your favorite flowers in this pencil drawing course with Eileen Rosen.

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10.31.17 Tuesday - Halloween at South Street

Grab your friends and mark your calendars for the PHS Pop Up Garden at South Streets closing event on Halloween, Tuesday, October 31. Enjoy scary-good drink specials, live music and yard games for kids.

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11.1.17 Wednesday - Kids Story Time

Bring youngsters aged 3 to 6 to the PHS McLean Library to learn about gardening and the natural world through books read by storyteller Hasha Salaman.

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11.1.17 Wednesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.1.17 Wednesday - PWD Rain Check Program

Through Rain Check, Philadelphia residents can have storm water management tools installed at their homes for free or for a reduced price. Rain Check offers rain barrels, downspout planter boxes, rain gardens, de-paving, and porous pavers.

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11.2.17 Thursday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.2.17 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's selection: The Complete Stories by Flannery O'Conner.

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11.2.17 Thursday - Climate Change Book Club Discussion

PHS and the Schuylkill Center are partnering to host a free discussion event on The Hidden Life of Trees, by Peter Wohlleben.

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11.3.17 Friday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.4.17 Saturday - Trees and Shrubs for Autumn Gardens

This class is a must for homeowners interested in adding plants that deliver spectacular colors and textures to the autumn garden.

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11.5.17 Sunday - East Mt. Airy Neighborhood Tree Stroll

Join East Mt. Airy Tree Tenders for a Neighborhood Tree Stroll with Ken Leroy, Arborist, Historian and Storyteller Extraordinaire.

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11.6.17 Monday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.6.17 Monday - Green City Teachers Basic Training

Learn about gardening, greening and the environment, and how to incorporate it into classroom or after-school activities.

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11.7.17 Tuesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.7.17 Tuesday - Drawing & Rendering Flowers with Graphite Pencil: Six-Week Course

Capture the curves, angles, and shades of your favorite flowers in this pencil drawing course with Eileen Rosen.

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11.8.17 Wednesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.9.17 Thursday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.9.17 Thursday - Fabulous Fall Flower Arranging with Ron Mulray

Creative floral artist Ron Mulray is back with a program on autumn arranging, using the season’s abundance of interesting flowers and natural & found elements.

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11.9.17 Thursday - Climate Change Book Club Discussion

PHS is hosting a free discussion event on The Hidden Life of Trees, by Peter Wohlleben.

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11.10.17 Friday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.11.17 Saturday - Community Greening Workday - Eastern State Penitentiary

Eastern State Penitentiary – Volunteers are welcome to join PHS at one of Philadelphia’s oldest prisons. A variety of tasks include planting annuals and perennials, weeding, pruning hardwood shrubs and seasonal cleanup.

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11.11.17 Saturday - Laura’s Favorites: A Bark Appreciation Walk

Join us for a guided tour of trees and large shrubs with notably ornamental bark.

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11.11.17 Saturday - Flower Show Pressed Plants Artistic Workshop

Learn how to execute a pressed plant scene depicting water in the spirit of the 2018 Flower Show Theme, Wonders of Water.

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11.13.17 Monday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.13.17 Monday - Green City Teachers Basic Training

Learn about gardening, greening and the environment, and how to incorporate it into classroom or after-school activities.

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11.14.17 Tuesday - Urban Wood: An Underappreciated Resource

Join the PHS Tree Tenders for this workshop focused on developing an urban wood network in southeast Pennsylvania.

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11.14.17 Tuesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.14.17 Tuesday - Essential Evergreens

Learn the identifying characteristics, habitats, and uses of approximately 20 native conifers and broadleaved evergreens.

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11.14.17 Tuesday - Drawing & Rendering Flowers with Graphite Pencil: Six-Week Course

Capture the curves, angles, and shades of your favorite flowers in this pencil drawing course with Eileen Rosen.

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11.15.17 Wednesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.15.17 Wednesday - PWD Rain Check Program

Through Rain Check, Philadelphia residents can have storm water management tools installed at their homes for free or for a reduced price. Rain Check offers rain barrels, downspout planter boxes, rain gardens, de-paving, and porous pavers.

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11.16.17 Thursday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.16.17 Thursday - Cactus and Succulent Propagation Workshop

Join Greenhouse Manager Nathan Roehrich for this hands-on propagating workshop with a focus on cacti and succulents.

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11.16.17 Thursday - PWD Rain Check Program

Through Rain Check, Philadelphia residents can have storm water management tools installed at their homes for free or for a reduced price. Rain Check offers rain barrels, downspout planter boxes, rain gardens, de-paving, and porous pavers.

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11.17.17 Friday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.18.17 Saturday - Community Greening Workday - Azalea Garden

Come join us as we help maintain one of the most diverse public gardens in Philadelphia. From planting annuals to pruning shrubs there is work for all ages! No need to register ahead of time—just show up.

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11.18.17 Saturday - Seasonal Branches, Holiday Table Arrangements and Evergreen Containers

Create a winter holiday tableau with fresh greens and natural elements from the garden using branches and trimmings from evergreen plants.

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11.20.17 Monday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.20.17 Monday - Junior Flower Show Teacher Training

Learn how to host a Junior Flower Show at your school.

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11.21.17 Tuesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.21.17 Tuesday - Drawing & Rendering Flowers with Graphite Pencil: Six-Week Course

Capture the curves, angles, and shades of your favorite flowers in this pencil drawing course with Eileen Rosen.

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11.22.17 Wednesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.23.17 Thursday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.24.17 Friday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.27.17 Monday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.27.17 Monday - Sissinghurst: Re-vitalizing Vita Sackville West’s Garden

Troy Scott Smith, Head Gardener at Sissinghurst Castle Garden, presents a special lecture at The Union League of Philadelphia.

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11.28.17 Tuesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.28.17 Tuesday - Drawing & Rendering Flowers with Graphite Pencil: Six-Week Course

Capture the curves, angles, and shades of your favorite flowers in this pencil drawing course with Eileen Rosen.

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11.29.17 Wednesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.29.17 Wednesday - 2018 Challenge Plants Workshop at Meadowbrook Farm

Meadowbrook Farm growers and Flower Show Horticourt experts will show how you can grow this year's challenge plants.

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11.30.17 Thursday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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11.30.17 Thursday - Introduction to Plant Taxonomy

Discover and understand the relationships among plants and plant nomenclature in this short taxonomy course with the Barnes.

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12.1.17 Friday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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12.2.17 Saturday - Holiday Wreath Workshop

The Barnes Arboretum invites you to a holiday wreath making workshop!

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12.2.17 Saturday - Make and Take: Natural Holiday Gifts

Create a holiday gift from natural materials. Everything will be provided. Take home the gift you designed yourself.

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12.2.17 Saturday - Pruning for Homeowners

Learn basic pruning principles including how to make the correct cuts, the best times of year to prune various plants, and how to select and use the right tools.

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12.4.17 Monday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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12.5.17 Tuesday - Exhibit: Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

View selections from Hortus Sanitatis and Leonhart Fuchs' De Historia Stirpium, two Renaissance works that depicted the natural world, in this exhibit put on by PHS Mclean Library.

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12.5.17 Tuesday - Drawing & Rendering Flowers with Graphite Pencil: Six-Week Course

Capture the curves, angles, and shades of your favorite flowers in this pencil drawing course with Eileen Rosen.

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12.6.17 Wednesday - Kids Story Time

Bring youngsters aged 3 to 6 to the PHS McLean Library to learn about gardening and the natural world through books read by storyteller Hasha Salaman.

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12.7.17 Thursday - Rare Book Talk on Two Herbals: Picturing Nature from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance

Learn about the remarkable illustrations of German Renaissance master, Leonhart Fuchs, in this lecture presentation from PHS.

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12.7.17 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's reading: Dreams of My Russian Summers by Andrei Makine.

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12.7.17 Thursday - Holiday Cocktails Workshop at Awbury Arboretum

Aaron Gordon, owner of 13th Street Cocktails, will show you how to make delicious cocktails in the beautiful setting of Awbury Arboretum.

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12.12.17 Tuesday - Holiday Tour: Nemours Mansion & Gardens, Hagley Museum, plus shopping at Terrain

Visit the Nemours Mansion and Hagley Museum, followed by a holiday shopping trip to Terrain.

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12.12.17 Tuesday - Make and Take: Holiday Greens

Create a personal holiday greens arrangement for your home. Learn about the best and longest-lasting evergreens to grow in your own garden. Take home the arrangement you designed yourself.

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12.14.17 Thursday - Make and Take Holiday Greens Arrangement

Create a personal holiday greens arrangement for your home with Meadowbrook Farm's Jenny Rose Carey.

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1.3.18 Wednesday - Kids Story Time

Bring youngsters aged 3 to 6 to the PHS McLean Library to learn about gardening and the natural world through books read by storyteller Hasha Salaman.

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1.4.18 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's selection: Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer.

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1.9.18 Tuesday - Terrarium How To

Learn how to create and maintain a beautiful, indoor, miniature garden.

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1.13.18 Saturday - Terrarium How To

Learn how to create and maintain a beautiful, indoor, miniature garden.

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1.20.18 Saturday - Tree Tenders Basic Training

Be a Climate Change Hero! Become a PHS Tree Tender during our Winter Basic Training sessions.

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1.23.18 Tuesday - Create a Succulent Dish Garden

Learn how to create and maintain a beautiful succulent dish garden.

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1.27.18 Saturday - Tree Tenders Basic Training

Be a Climate Change Hero! Become a PHS Tree Tender during our Winter Basic Training sessions.

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1.27.18 Saturday - Seed Starting

Get a jump on Spring! Learn the basics of starting seeds indoors and out. Participants will take home newly planted seeds to transplant in their garden.

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2.1.18 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's selection: Turtle Diary by Russell Hoban.

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2.6.18 Tuesday - Seed Starting

Get a jump on Spring! Learn the basics of starting seeds indoors and out. Participants will take home newly planted seeds to transplant in their garden.

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2.7.18 Wednesday - Kids Story Time

Bring youngsters aged 3 to 6 to the PHS McLean Library to learn about gardening and the natural world through books read by storyteller Hasha Salaman.

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2.8.18 Thursday - Rare Book Talk : Victoria Regia, the Royal Water Lily

To celebrate the 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show theme “Wonders of Water” see two botanical and bibliographic wonders from the PHS McLean Library’s special collections.

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2.10.18 Saturday - Valentine Flowers to Wear

Show your Valentine extra love by creating a floral headpiece or boutonniere that would make cupid proud.

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2.13.18 Tuesday - Valentines Flowers to Wear

Show your Valentine extra love by creating a floral headpiece or boutonniere that would make cupid proud.

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2.24.18 Saturday - Garden Snow Globe

Create a mini, snowy garden to inspire your family to dig in and garden together.

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3.3.18 Saturday - Structured Beauty: A Hands on Exploration with Mark Pampling

Join us for an exploration into not only the varied uses of chicken wire, but other elements as well. Wood Band, Wire Weaving, and Woven Rattan.

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3.3.18 Saturday - Chicken Wire Reimagined

Experience the endless creative possibilities of chicken wire in floral design in this lecture demonstration with leading international floral designer Mark Pampling.

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3.4.18 Sunday - Structured Beauty: A Hands on Exploration with Mark Pampling

Join us for an exploration into not only the varied uses of chicken wire, but other elements as well. Wood Band, Wire Weaving, and Woven Rattan.

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4.4.18 Wednesday - Kids Story Time

Bring youngsters aged 3 to 6 to the PHS McLean Library to learn about gardening and the natural world through books read by storyteller Hasha Salaman.

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4.28.18 Saturday - Gardens of Devon and Cornwall

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. Explore gardens set in the southwest corner of England. These two beautiful regions, Devon and Cornwall, are often mentioned in one breath.

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5.2.18 Wednesday - Kids Story Time

Bring youngsters aged 3 to 6 to the PHS McLean Library to learn about gardening and the natural world through books read by storyteller Hasha Salaman.

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5.3.18 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's selection: Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons.

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6.6.18 Wednesday - Kids Story Time

Bring youngsters aged 3 to 6 to the PHS McLean Library to learn about gardening and the natural world through books read by storyteller Hasha Salaman.

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6.7.18 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's selection: Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie.

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6.9.18 Saturday - Gardens of Provence

The Provencal landscape of farmhouses or mas, vineyards and typical unspoiled villages set the scene as we pass along avenues of majestic plane trees. Our visits, to mostly private properties, include both traditional farm-house style gardens and contemporary, Mediterranean country gardens.

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10.7.18 Sunday - Garden of Cuba

Blessed with excellent growing conditions, Cuba has a long history in agricultural production and horticultural know-how. As the largest and most populous island in the Caribbean, the ‘Pearl of the Antilles’ is also a melting pot of cultures and cuisines.

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11.5.18 Monday - South Africa - The Western Cape Exceptional Gardens and Private Reserves

The Western Cape garden tour combines well with the flora and wildlife in the spectacular hinterland of the Little Karoo and the mountainous coastline.

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October 2017 77 events

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9:30am–1:30pm Fall Gardening Saturday
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5:30–6:30pm PWD Rain Check Program
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
12:30–1:30pm PWD Rain Check Program
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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9:30–10:30am Kids Story Time
5:30–6:30pm PWD Rain Check Program
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