N.J. judges visit Northeast Philly horticultural triumphs.
Fishtown boasts what's considered “the biggest, greenest block in Philadelphia.”
A local artist’s tree-carving project, the first of its kind in Philadelphia, has been completed in Port Richmond’s Campbell Square, and neighbors said they are thrilled by the striking natural beauty.
— The park is the first of what is expected to be many along the North Delaware.
— The relatively mild winter is giving gardeners an early start in the dirt. But it also has awakened some unpleasant things that require lots of tugging and pulling.
— Many of the plants and blooms you'll see at the Philadelphia International Flower Show got their start in a nursery not far from here.
At one time, Philadelphia had at least nine different open-air streams that flowed into the Delaware River between the Pennypack Creek and the Schuylkill River.