Philadelphia Cactus & Succulent Society
The Philadelphia Cactus & Succulent Society was organized in 1942 to educate growers of cacti and succulents who live in the greater Philadelphia / South Jersey area.
Philadelphia Society of Botanical Illustrators
The Philadelphia Society of Botanical Illustrators strives to educate ourselves and others on the history and importance of botanical art and celebrate the work of our members.
PHS Gardeners Green
PHS’s Gardeners Green will take visitors on a journey through multiple garden “habitats” -- from a formal kitchen garden with parterre-style beds, to espalier fruit-tree tunnels, to an edible landscape, to a greenhouse overflowing with seedlings, you will find it in this area at the Flower Show! Each day, gardening experts will be on hand to provide you with a personalized experience, sharing ideas, solutions, and inspiration specific to your unique tastes, growing conditions, and amount of gardening space. You’ll gain new ideas and approaches, and get answers to your most challenging gardening topics.
PHS Hamilton Horticourt
As the oldest part of the Flower Show, the PHS Hamilton Horticourt holds numerous plants from local gardeners. Explore different varieties of plants from vibrant flowers to exotics tropuicals.
The Greenroom is back and even greener. Join us to experience the cannabis journey from taboo to mainstream. Discover the truth about this amazing plant, its history, the changing legal landscape, and most importantly, how cannabis can change lives for the better - including yours.
The Seward Johnson Atelier
Sculptures from Seward johnson's collection are graciously being provided by Grounds for Sculpture as a celebration of his life. Make sure to find these realistic creations throughout the show!
Trust for Public Land
The Trust for Public Land creates parks and protects land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. It’s getting hotter in Philadelphia, and climate change is disproportionately impacting low-income communities, an inequity that influences people’s health, safety, and daily lives. The Trust for Public Land’s project, Heat Response, pairs artists with residents in Grays Ferry, Southeast Philadelphia, and Fairhill to drive change through arts activism. Check out their interactive art installation at this year’s Flower Show to meet the artists, learn more about the project, and find out how you can get involved. PHS is a Presenting Partner of Heat Response.