America's Garden Capital Selfie Spot
With 37 public gardens located within 30 miles of Philadelphia, did you know our area has more gardens in close proximity than anywhere else on the continent? We are proud of our distinction of being called "America's Garden Capital." Come learn about our region's amazing public gardens at the America's Garden Capital selfie spot! Stop by to pick up your FREE garden Passport showcasing all 37 gardens, meet experts from our gardens, and get an exclusive, limited-edition 2021 Flower Show stamp to add to your Passport collection. Guests can take selfies with our large 8-foot garden map that showcases all 37 gardens, and can enter to win tickets and prizes from the gardens.
American Beauties Native Plants®
American Beauties Native Plants® are expertly selected native plants that are better for the environment, better for pollinators and better for your family.
American Rhododendron Society, Greater Philadelphia Chapter
We are a Chapter of The American Rhododendron Society, an international organization. Our mission is to educate & create interest in the genus rhododendrons.
PHS Bronze Medal--Landscape. NYC-based landscape/urban design studio Balmori Associates produces green infrastructures that invite community interaction while revealing constructed+natural operations of site.
Bartlett Tree Experts
Bartlett Tree Experts was founded by Francis A. Bartlett in 1907 and is the world's leading scientific tree and shrub care company. From its over 100 offices worldwide, Bartlett helps both residential and commercial customers maintain beautiful, healthy trees. Bartlett is dedicated to developing environmentally sound products and promoting their use on our clients' properties. With the Bartlett Legacy Tree Program, Bartlett provides tree seedlings to help with reforestation efforts, and teaches people how to care for trees.
Burpee Cottage Garden
Take a step back in time at the Burpee Cottage Garden. Burpee, the national leader in home gardening, is offering an immersive booth experience that is an ode to the charming English design and a nod to the recent rise in homesteading. Boasting fragrant and lush herbs, flowers and greenery, the booth gives visitors a glimpse into the grace and beauty achievable in your own backyard. Stop by for expert growing advice and to check out Burpee’s Flower Show exclusive seed collection.
Delaware Valley Fern and Wildflower Society
Since 1974, the Delaware Valley Fern & Wildflower Society has been welcoming all who have an interest in or a passion for native ferns, wildflowers, or native flowering plants.
Delaware Valley University
DVU provides students opportunities to research current topics to create designs that focus on the environmental impact of our existence.