PHS Flower Show 2020
I publish the Hazlet News with many articles and videos on how to maintain your home and garden. I am proud to say I love gardening and have one of the nicer gardens in our development.
As a child living in my school, we students were offered an opportunity to order flower and vegetable seeds.
As it got closer to planting time, the seeds were delivered from the Brooklyn Botanical Garden. It was a wonderful program and taught us how rewarding gardening can be. Because of this program, I became a gardener. Over the years I grew plants under lights. When I bought a house, I spent many hours and days in my garden. I even produce my own organic fertilizer, called worm castings.
Pride In My Garden
Above all else, I enjoy picking fresh vegetables and flowers from our garden. I have also spread the love by offering free plants each year to my neighbors and Facebook friends.
Obviously the launch of the Hazlet News website confirms this. This year we will be covering the Philadelphia Flower Show. We urge our readers to join us there, click this link to go to their website. Want to read some of my gardening articles? Click Here
PHS Philadelphia Flower Show Video
Philadelphia Flower Show Is The Nation’s Largest
The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event. It features stunning displays by the world’s premier floral and landscape designers. It started in 1829 by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. This show introduces diverse and sustainable plant varieties, gardens and design concepts.
Furthermore and most noteworthy is the Flower Show world-renowned competitions. Horticulture and artistic floral arranging, gardening presentations, and demonstrations. Also many special events, and the citywide Bloom Philly pre-Show celebration.
The Philadelphia Flower Show has been honored as the best event in the world by the International Festivals & Events Association. This event competes with the Kentucky Derby Festival, Tournament of Roses Parade, Indianapolis 500 Festival, and other international celebrations.
The entrance into the Philadelphia Convention Center takes you through the venue. Attendees will be directed into the Gardens of the Mediterranean.
Finally, visitors will learn how they can use their gardening practices to marry beauty with sustainability. Likewise, neighbors will understand how they can achieve health and well-being. Even more important is the incredible job the sponsors of this event did.
Pennsylvania Convention Center, 12th & Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19107