Thirty-two Northeast Philly residents have won recognition in the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s 2013 Citywide Garden Contest. Since only 41 Northeast gardeners entered the contest this year, 32 represents about an 80-percent winning percentage.
Back to school the theme of Sept. 14 event
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.