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Pinelands Preservation Alliance Exhibit at the Philadelphia Flower Show

We are excited to be part of the 2023 Philadelphia Flower Show.


We were invited to exhibit in the Philadelphia Flower Show for the third consecutive year! The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) Philadelphia Flower Show is both the nation’s largest and the world’s longest-running horticultural event, featuring stunning displays by premier floral and landscape designers from around the globe. Started in 1829 by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, the Show introduces diverse and sustainable plant varieties and garden and design concepts. In addition to acres of garden displays, the Flower Show hosts esteemed competitions in horticulture and artistic floral arranging, gardening presentations and demonstrations, and special events. 

PPA’s 2023 Philadelphia Flower Show entry.

This year’s theme for the Flower Show is “The Garden Electric!” Expressing that spark of joy that comes while giving or receiving flowers — this is the moment captured by The Garden Electric. From the dazzling array of colors, unique shapes and textures, and rich fragrances of gorgeous floral displays and gardens come feelings of excitement and celebration. This year’s theme brings the electrifying presence of today’s most dynamic designers of floral arrangements, lush gardens, and landscapes to visitors from around the world. 

The Flower Show runs from March 4 to 12, 2023 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center located at 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia. PPA’s exhibit will be on display from March 8-12th. It features the doorway to a cabin in the woods with a welcoming summertime ambiance that highlights the joys of nature found in our beloved Pinelands National Reserve. It can be found in the Design Class Exhibitions.

For tickets and more information visit the Philadelphia Flower Show website.

In 2022 our entry “Crackle, Crinkle, Chirp, Croak, Croon” won the Gardening for the Greater Good Award which recognizes the fact that gardens have the power to make positive social and environmental change.

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