PHS Horticulturists bring their extensive experience in creating dynamic, seasonally interesting public gardens to a more tailored and intimate experience for each of our Pop Up Garden. One PHS Pop Up Garden highlight is the plants themselves. Both in-ground planting beds and containers throughout the garden serve to inspire visitors with a creative mix of shrubs, perennials, spring-blooming bulbs, annuals and tropicals. Explore a sampling of what is currently planted in our garden below.
A native to North America, this frothy plant is known as the Foam Flower with its genus name coming from the Greek word for tiara.
Commonly known as Cowslip, this pollinator plant is native to Europe and Western Asia.
Another PHS Gold Medal Plant, this plant is commonly called the Fringe Tree and is native to the Eastern United States. You can find these trees in the containers outside the front entrance to the Pop Up Garden.
Commonly known as Foxglove, this plant is native to Europe and Western Asia.
Native to China and Japan, these vines can be seen on the western brick wall climbing next to the Cascade hops.
Commonly known as the smokebush, this plant is native to Europe and Western Asia.
Commonly known as the Staghorn fern, this plant is native to Southeast Asia and is typically found to grow on tree trunks or branches, mounted in the cabanas in the back of the garden.
Commonly known as Burro's Tail, this plant is native to southeastern Mexico and Honduras, currently hanging over the main bar.