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2.27.17 Monday - The Fairmount Park Horticulture Center’s - Community Propagation Program

Philadelphia Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is pleased to announce their 2017 Community Propagation Program! This program invites Philadelphia gardeners and growers to rent table space in their production greenhouses to propagate plants for Philadelphia gardens and farms.

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2.27.17 Monday - Advanced Tree Tenders Webinar Series

In 2014-15, PHS ran a very successful series of tree lectures/webinars that have been archived. Each class focused on a specific topic and was designed for individuals with pre-existing basic knowledge, either from the Tree Tenders basic training or other life experience.

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3.1.17 Wednesday - Yoga with Michael Fahey

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health. No experience is necessary.

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3.2.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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3.2.17 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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3.4.17 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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3.4.17 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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3.8.17 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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3.8.17 Wednesday - Yoga with Michael Fahey

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health. No experience is necessary.

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3.8.17 Wednesday - Landscape for Life with Kathleen Salisbury and Margaret Shillingford

Create healthy, beautiful landscapes using a toolkit of basic skills that work in harmony with nature. Learn how compost is useful in helping you manage water responsibly, along with plants that are both attractive and provide habitats for beneficial insects.

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3.9.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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3.9.17 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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3.15.17 Wednesday - Yoga with Michael Fahey

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health. No experience is necessary.

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3.15.17 Wednesday - Landscape for Life with Kathleen Salisbury and Margaret Shillingford

Create healthy, beautiful landscapes using a toolkit of basic skills that work in harmony with nature. Learn how compost is useful in helping you manage water responsibly, along with plants that are both attractive and provide habitats for beneficial insects.

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3.16.17 Thursday - Tree Care Update

Bartlett Tree Experts and PHS are delighted to co-sponsor the Tree Care Update, an annual seminar for tree professionals and those committed to planting and preserving trees. Our 2017 speakers will focus on the latest research, tools, and standards in arboriculture.

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3.16.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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3.16.17 Thursday - Stressed Out! Using Botanicals as Phytotherapy

Learn how to make herbal home remedies for stress relief and relaxation, including teas, decoctions, poultices, and aromatherapy, with calming herbs like chamomile, lavender, lemon balm, licorice root, and peppermint.

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3.18.17 Saturday - Liberate Your Home Lanscape Plants with Larry Weaner

All too often we design our gardens and landscapes with static compositions of carefully placed and managed plants. But our approach can be more dynamic-and arguably more rewarding-by building upon ecological processes as well as plants' innate tendencies to reproduce and proliferate.

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3.19.17 Sunday - Home Landscaping Basics: Getting Started with Eileen Boyle

Explore ways to create diverse, attractive, and functional landscapes using basic principals of naturalistic garden design. Learn how to work with your site to solve problems and maximize its use.

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3.22.17 Wednesday - Yoga with Michael Fahey

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health. No experience is necessary.

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3.22.17 Wednesday - Landscape for Life with Kathleen Salisbury and Margaret Shillingford

Create healthy, beautiful landscapes using a toolkit of basic skills that work in harmony with nature. Learn how compost is useful in helping you manage water responsibly, along with plants that are both attractive and provide habitats for beneficial insects.

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3.23.17 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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3.23.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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3.24.17 Friday - Resilient Rain Garden Plants with Connie Schmotzer

Rain gardens do double duty in our landscapes: they clean and infiltrate stormwater and become an oasis for butterflies, songbirds, and pollinators. Proper plant selection and placement are vital to a well-designed, functional rain garden.

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3.26.17 Sunday - Home Landscaping Basics: Right Plant, Right Place with Nancy Bell

Avoid costly errors by choosing the right plant for the right place based on environmental conditions, available space, and desired outcome. Learn how to select native plants and organize them into combinations that reduce maintenance and look good year-round.

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3.28.17 Tuesday - 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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3.28.17 Tuesday - Trees of Philadelphia

David Hewitt presents this six-class course that provides an overview of our urban forest, with a focus on the trees of Philadelphia.

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3.29.17 Wednesday - Landscape for Life with Kathleen Salisbury and Margaret Shillingford

Create healthy, beautiful landscapes using a toolkit of basic skills that work in harmony with nature. Learn how compost is useful in helping you manage water responsibly, along with plants that are both attractive and provide habitats for beneficial insects.

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3.30.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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4.3.17 Monday - Get to Know the PHS McLean Library

Get a tour of the collections, learn about online gardening resources and learn how to borrow and download eBooks to read on your tablet.

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4.4.17 Tuesday - Painting Flowers with Watercolor

Join artist Eileen Rosen for this eight-week art series. Learn how to use and control watercolor to paint flowers that look lively and realistic. You will learn a specific color mixing system using only six basic colors.

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4.4.17 Tuesday - Trees of Philadelphia

David Hewitt presents this six-class course that provides an overview of our urban forest, with a focus on the trees of Philadelphia.

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4.5.17 Wednesday - Kids Story Time at the McLean Library

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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4.5.17 Wednesday - Landscape for Life with Kathleen Salisbury and Margaret Shillingford

Create healthy, beautiful landscapes using a toolkit of basic skills that work in harmony with nature. Learn how compost is useful in helping you manage water responsibly, along with plants that are both attractive and provide habitats for beneficial insects.

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4.6.17 Thursday - Trough Making Workshop

Join Bernard Pettit for this hands-on workshop and learn to make your own hypertufa trough- a strong yet lightweight container with a rugged, rustic look. Bernie will show you the process from start to finish and everyone will go home with their own trough!

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4.6.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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4.6.17 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's selection: H Is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald

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4.6.17 Thursday - Out of Africa: A South African Plant Safari

Gardens connect people and tell our life stories. Our gardens reflect the places we've been and the people we've met.

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4.8.17 Saturday - Tree Tenders Basic Training in a Day

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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4.8.17 Saturday - Growing Vegetables in Containers

Jump-start your vegetable garden this spring by creating a container that is both beautiful and edible. Chanticleer Assistant Horticulturist, David Mattern, will show the potential for using vegetables in containers.

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4.11.17 Tuesday - Painting Flowers with Watercolor

Join artist Eileen Rosen for this eight-week art series. Learn how to use and control watercolor to paint flowers that look lively and realistic. You will learn a specific color mixing system using only six basic colors.

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4.11.17 Tuesday - Trees of Philadelphia

David Hewitt presents this six-class course that provides an overview of our urban forest, with a focus on the trees of Philadelphia.

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4.13.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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4.18.17 Tuesday - Painting Flowers with Watercolor

Join artist Eileen Rosen for this eight-week art series. Learn how to use and control watercolor to paint flowers that look lively and realistic. You will learn a specific color mixing system using only six basic colors.

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4.18.17 Tuesday - Trees of Philadelphia

David Hewitt presents this six-class course that provides an overview of our urban forest, with a focus on the trees of Philadelphia.

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4.19.17 Wednesday - PECO Green Roof Tour

Want to learn about green roof technology and how it can help the environment? The 45,000 square foot Peco green roof, maintained by PHS, features feet, features an observation deck and stunning downtown views of downtown Philadelphia.

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4.20.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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4.20.17 Thursday - Bulb Display: Techniques to Create Formal or Wild Displays

Re-wild your spring display with naturalistic bulb plantings or plan a formal design. Eric Hsu, Chanticleer Plant Information Coordinator, will lead a guided plant walk that features bulb planting, selection and design, as well as companion perennials to enhance your bulb display.

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4.21.17 Friday - Annuals and Tender Perennials Short Course

Annuals are the paints on your plant palettes that allow you to create exciting and ever changing works of art within your garden canvases and in your containers.

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4.25.17 Tuesday - Painting Flowers with Watercolor

Join artist Eileen Rosen for this eight-week art series. Learn how to use and control watercolor to paint flowers that look lively and realistic. You will learn a specific color mixing system using only six basic colors.

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4.25.17 Tuesday - Trees of Philadelphia

David Hewitt presents this six-class course that provides an overview of our urban forest, with a focus on the trees of Philadelphia.

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4.27.17 Thursday - Planting Demonstration: Hardy Succulent Container Garden

Join Bernard Pettit for this instructional demonstration on planting a beautiful, hardy succulent container garden. Bring a container from home. He will talk through how to design, plant, and maintain a hardy succulent garden.

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4.27.17 Thursday - Botanical Illustration with Marylyn Waltzer

Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions. All levels welcome.

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4.28.17 Friday - Annuals and Tender Perennials Short Course

Annuals are the paints on your plant palettes that allow you to create exciting and ever changing works of art within your garden canvases and in your containers.

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4.28.17 Friday - Contain Your Enthusiasm!

If you love container gardens but don't know where to start, then this series of classes with Marty White is for you. Create combinations of native plants that are aesthetically pleasing, easy to care for, and support our resident pollinators.

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5.1.17 Monday - Get to Know the PHS McLean Library

Get a tour of the collections, learn about online gardening resources and learn how to borrow and download eBooks to read on your tablet.

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5.2.17 Tuesday - Painting Flowers with Watercolor

Join artist Eileen Rosen for this eight-week art series. Learn how to use and control watercolor to paint flowers that look lively and realistic. You will learn a specific color mixing system using only six basic colors.

Click here for more information

5.2.17 Tuesday - Montgomery County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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5.2.17 Tuesday - Trees of Philadelphia

David Hewitt presents this six-class course that provides an overview of our urban forest, with a focus on the trees of Philadelphia.

Click here for more information

5.3.17 Wednesday - Kids Story Time at the McLean Library

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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5.4.17 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's selection: Lila by Marilynne Robinson

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5.5.17 Friday - Annuals and Tender Perennials Short Course

Annuals are the paints on your plant palettes that allow you to create exciting and ever changing works of art within your garden canvases and in your containers.

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5.8.17 Monday - Tree Tenders Spring 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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5.9.17 Tuesday - Painting Flowers with Watercolor

Join artist Eileen Rosen for this eight-week art series. Learn how to use and control watercolor to paint flowers that look lively and realistic. You will learn a specific color mixing system using only six basic colors.

Click here for more information

5.9.17 Tuesday - Montgomery County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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5.10.17 Wednesday - Top Ten Trees and Shrubs for Wildlife

Do you like feeding birds in winter, watching fledglings in summer, or observing butterflies and hummingbirds? Join Nancy Bell, ardent gardener and radio host, as she discusses the attributes of the top ten trees and shrubs for wildlife in our area.

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5.12.17 Friday - Annuals and Tender Perennials Short Course

Annuals are the paints on your plant palettes that allow you to create exciting and ever changing works of art within your garden canvases and in your containers.

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5.15.17 Monday - Tree Tenders Spring 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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5.16.17 Tuesday - Painting Flowers with Watercolor

Join artist Eileen Rosen for this eight-week art series. Learn how to use and control watercolor to paint flowers that look lively and realistic. You will learn a specific color mixing system using only six basic colors.

Click here for more information

5.16.17 Tuesday - Montgomery County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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5.17.17 Wednesday - Native Plants for Nesting Birds

There are many wonderful native trees and shrubs for your landscape that provide necessary cover for nesting birds, including Northern Cardinals, American Robins, and Eastern Towhees. Derek Stoner will discuss which plants will create backyard habitats and entice birds to reproduce in your yard.

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5.17.17 Wednesday - PECO Green Roof Tour

Want to learn about green roof technology and how it can help the environment? The 45,000 square foot Peco green roof, maintained by PHS, features feet, features an observation deck and stunning downtown views of downtown Philadelphia.

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5.18.17 Thursday - The Art of Ikebana

An Ohara School Workshop with a Master Ikebana Teacher - The ancient Japanese art of Ikebana emphasizes and works with the beauty of flowers and branch materials.

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5.19.17 Friday - Wildflower Identification: Field Guide Basics

Field guides are a valuable resource for identifying wildflowers and then come in a wide variety of styles. Practice using several different guides with Karen Travers to identify desirable native flowers and invasive aliens at a nearby natural area.

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5.22.17 Monday - Tree Tenders Spring 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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5.23.17 Tuesday - Painting Flowers with Watercolor

Join artist Eileen Rosen for this eight-week art series. Learn how to use and control watercolor to paint flowers that look lively and realistic. You will learn a specific color mixing system using only six basic colors.

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5.24.17 Wednesday - Shade Garden Success

Woodland gardens in both light and deep shade can be profoundly beautiful blends of texture, color, and interest. Nancy Bell will discuss the difference between deep shade and dappled shade and the significance of healthy soil with layers of natural, organic mulch.

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5.25.17 Thursday - Ferns and their Allies

The Barnes Arboretum is home to one of the most extensive collections of hardy ferns in the country.

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5.25.17 Thursday - Chester County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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5.31.17 Wednesday - Weeds 101

Weeds are an inevitable nuisance for gardeners, so being able to accurately ID them helps keep them at bay! Scott Freedman and Duncan Himmelman, PhD, will teach you how to recognize the most common annual and perennial lawn and garden weeds in our area using leaves, flowers, stems, and seeds.

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6.1.17 Thursday - Chester County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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6.1.17 Thursday - PHS McLean Library Book Group

This month's selection: The Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham

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6.2.17 Friday - Workshop: Macro Photography

Learn how to apply macro and close-up photography techniques to improve your skills rendering miniature subjects. This class runs two Fridays, June 2 and 16, 2017, 7am-12pm.

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6.7.17 Wednesday - Kids Story Time at the McLean Library

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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6.8.17 Thursday - Chester County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

Click here for more information

6.9.17 Friday - Hand Printing from Nature Workshop

Create beautiful, detailed, life-size images of plants and fruits. Artist and author Laura Bethmann will guide you through the art, craft, and science of the ancient technique of nature printing.

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6.12.17 Monday - Treasures of the McLean Library

Dr. Alfred E. Schuyler, curator emeritus of botany at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University relates remarkable tales of early American plant exploration by John and William Bartram by examining 18th and 19th century illustrated rare books and catalogs from the McLean Library.

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6.13.17 Tuesday - Mural Arts Paint Day!

Experience the amazing collection of public art with a professionally trained guide who will discuss the intriguing stories behind the murals and the history of the program. After the tour, visitors will go into the studio and add their own creative touch to a mural!

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6.13.17 Tuesday - Get to Know the PHS McLean Library

Get a tour of the collections, learn about online gardening resources and learn how to borrow and download eBooks to read on your tablet.

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6.14.17 Wednesday - Color in the Garden

Color is one of the most noticeable ways of expressing your personality in the garden. Eva Monheim will show you how to use color when choosing plants and how the principals of color theory can help you determine the combination that works best for you.

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6.15.17 Thursday - Wildflower Centerpieces

Bring the bounty and beauty of native flowers indoors this season with a fresh floral arrangement. Ken Norman, AIFD, will show you how to create a natural, organic look using wildflowers, native greenery, and everyday glass vases.

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6.16.17 Friday - Workshop: Macro Photography

Learn how to apply macro and close-up photography techniques to improve your skills rendering miniature subjects. This class runs two Fridays, June 2 and 16, 2017, 7am-12pm.

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6.19.17 Monday - Treasures of the McLean Library

Dr. Alfred E. Schuyler, curator emeritus of botany at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University relates remarkable tales of early American plant exploration by John and William Bartram by examining 18th and 19th century illustrated rare books and catalogs from the McLean Library.

Click here for more information

6.21.17 Wednesday - PECO Green Roof Tour

Want to learn about green roof technology and how it can help the environment? The 45,000 square foot Peco green roof, maintained by PHS, features feet, features an observation deck and stunning downtown views of downtown Philadelphia.

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6.21.17 Wednesday - Yoga at Mt. Cuba, Section B

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting with Michael Fahey. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health.

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6.22.17 Thursday - Native Hydrangeas: Out of the Wild and Into the Garden

Fred Spicer, Executive Vice President and Director of the Chicago Botanic Garden, describes the natural habitats, ornamental features, optimal care, and garden uses of our four native hydrangea species and 20 different cultivars, both modern and traditional.

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6.23.17 Friday - Contain Your Enthusiasm

If you love container gardens but don't know where to start, then this series of classes with Marty White is for you. Create combinations of native plants that are aesthetically pleasing, easy to care for, and support our resident pollinators.

Click here for more information

6.26.17 Monday - Treasures of the McLean Library

Dr. Alfred E. Schuyler, curator emeritus of botany at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University relates remarkable tales of early American plant exploration by John and William Bartram by examining 18th and 19th century illustrated rare books and catalogs from the McLean Library.

Click here for more information

6.28.17 Wednesday - Yoga at Mt. Cuba, Section B

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting with Michael Fahey. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health.

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7.5.17 Wednesday - Yoga at Mt. Cuba, Section B

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting with Michael Fahey. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health.

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7.12.17 Wednesday - Yoga at Mt. Cuba, Section B

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting with Michael Fahey. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health.

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7.19.17 Wednesday - PECO Green Roof Tour

Want to learn about green roof technology and how it can help the environment? The 45,000 square foot Peco green roof, maintained by PHS, features feet, features an observation deck and stunning downtown views of downtown Philadelphia.

Click here for more information

7.19.17 Wednesday - Yoga at Mt. Cuba, Section B

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting with Michael Fahey. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health.

Click here for more information

7.26.17 Wednesday - Yoga at Mt. Cuba, Section B

Increase your range of motion, core body strength, and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a lovely garden setting with Michael Fahey. Focus on stretching techniques that safely promote proper spinal position, balance, and joint health.

Click here for more information

8.16.17 Wednesday - PECO Green Roof Tour

Want to learn about green roof technology and how it can help the environment? The 45,000 square foot Peco green roof, maintained by PHS, features feet, features an observation deck and stunning downtown views of downtown Philadelphia.

Click here for more information

9.13.17 Wednesday - Delaware County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

Click here for more information

9.15.17 Friday - Contain Your Enthusiasm

If you love container gardens but don't know where to start, then this series of classes with Marty White is for you. Create combinations of native plants that are aesthetically pleasing, easy to care for, and support our resident pollinators.

Click here for more information

9.18.17 Monday - Bucks County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

Click here for more information

9.20.17 Wednesday - PECO Green Roof Tour

Want to learn about green roof technology and how it can help the environment? The 45,000 square foot Peco green roof, maintained by PHS, features feet, features an observation deck and stunning downtown views of downtown Philadelphia.

Click here for more information

9.20.17 Wednesday - Delaware County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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9.25.17 Monday - Bucks County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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9.27.17 Wednesday - Delaware County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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10.2.17 Monday - Bucks County Tree Tenders Basic Training

Help plant and care for trees in your region, your community, or your yard. Become a PHS Tree Tender! The PHS Tree Tenders® program offers hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region.

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10.11.17 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!

Click here for more information

10.18.17 Wednesday - PECO Green Roof Tour

Want to learn about green roof technology and how it can help the environment? The 45,000 square foot Peco green roof, maintained by PHS, features feet, features an observation deck and stunning downtown views of downtown Philadelphia.

Click here for more information

10.18.17 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!

Click here for more information

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!

Click here for more information

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6:30–7:30pm PWD Rain Check Program
12:30–3:30pm Let’s Get Saucy!
6:30–7:30pm PWD Rain Check Program
10am–12:30pm Your Small-Space Garden
10:30–11:30am Unraveling Botanical Names
5:30–6:30pm PWD Rain Check Program
10am–12:30pm Your Small-Space Garden
5:30–6:30pm PWD Rain Check Program
10:30am–2pm Fundamentals of Pruning
 
 
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