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Pennsylvania, PA Florists

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Pennsylvania State Featured Florists

The Flower Cart

377 S. Nulton Ave
Easton, PA 18045

Urban Jungle

1526 E Passyunk Ave #30
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Sher Lynn's Crown Mercantile

36044 Route 66
Crown, PA 16220

Ruby's Floral Factory

32 W Broad St
Bethlehem, PA 18018

Pittston Florist /Mauriello Florist

7 William St
Pittston, pa 18640

Pennsylvania Flowers News

Mar 8, 2018

Philly Flower Show taking deep dive into water

Upon entering the exhibition hall at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, visitors are immediately engulfed in a hanging rainforest of tropical flowers. The 10 acres of vendors, garden exhibitors, and showcase plants are splashing with several thousand gallons of water.Some exhibitors stand out by conspicuously avoiding water. A desert display of waterless gardening features succulents and cacti. And a Japanese Sakuteiki garden includes meticulously raked sand around deliberately placed rocks, the patterns suggesting water flow.One exhibit encourages people to think about local water. “Windows on the Watershed” represents four ecosystems of the Delaware River watershed, that network of rivers and tributaries flowing from the Pocono Mountains, through the farm fields of Bucks County, filtering into the concrete urban core of Philadelphia, and out to the Atlantic Ocean through the low marshes of New Jersey.“One of the things we tried to illuminate is that nature is designed to help itself and protect itself,” said designer Victoria Prizzia. “We came up with this idea of ‘protector-scapes.’ What plants and trees work together in these land-use areas, which we can highlight as superheroe...

Mar 8, 2018

Flower Show exhibits offer advice on protecting watershed

Philadelphia Flower Show to take in the sights and sounds. But what will they leave with?Kevin Feeley, communications manager for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, which puts on the show, hopes it's a bit of knowledge on how to protect the region's most precious natural resource and the theme of the 2018 show: water."There's a real educational opportunity with this theme, the 'Wonders of Water,'" Feeley said. "To use the show as a learning tool for how people can start protecting and conserving water in their own backyards."Feeley said the show's annual themes are selected well in advance, but that this year's Power of Water theme is timely due to water crises ranging from lead contamination in Flint, Michigan, to water shortages in Africa. This year, the society partnered and received funding from the William Penn Foundation to showcase water issues specific to the Delaware Valley.The centerpiece is a large exhibit titled "Windows on the Watershed," which offers a scaled down version of the path of the Delaware River, from headwaters in the Pocono Mountains, to the Delaware bay shore where the river empties into the Atlantic Ocean. To demonstrate how the river becomes polluted during that 388-mile stretch, 1,200 plastic tubes hang from the ceiling, their color transitioning along the way."Here the tubes are more blue," said exhibit guide Cari... (Bucks County Courier Times)

Mar 8, 2018

Gardening: Make plans to visit Lehigh Valley Flower and Garden Show

It is almost flower show time, and although the Pennsylvania Horticultural Show in Philadelphia gets most of the attention, I encourage you to check out our local show, the Lehigh Valley Flower and Garden Show.For me, any place that smells of soil and mulch, has trees in leaf and blooming shrubs and plants is a welcome respite while we wait for warm weather. The show offers all that. Maybe not the elaborate displays that awe us in Philly, but attainable things — plants that we can grow, designs we can adapt and exhibitors with local knowledge of growing conditions. And the show offers much more.This year’s theme is Fields, Farms and Backyards.Located in the Agri-Plex at the Allentown Fairgrounds, the show runs March 9-1. Local farms and growers will be there, and many of the shrubs and f... (Allentown Morning Call)

Feb 8, 2018

Farewell to Helen Eliason, who leaves a beautiful garden for us all to enjoy

Lifelong Learning Institute in Wilmington, sits hidden from view. Surrounded by boxwood hedges  and the constant thrum of traffic along Pennsylvania Avenue, it hearkens to the time of the DuPont legacy gardens, the early 1900s, when Longwood, Winterthur and Nemours were springing to life under watchful eyes and hands.Likewise, the small garden at Goodstay was undergoing its own renewal in the 1920’s when Ellen Coleman du Pont Meeds hired landscape architect Robert Wheelwright, who designed Valley Garden Park, to update the garden. The two later married.Maintaining the characteristic Tudor style, they changed the focus from vegetables and flowers to a completely ornamental garden, with each of six geometric enclosures planted thematically. Helen Eliason and friends followed the original plans for Goodstay Gardens by landscape architect, Robert Wheelwright, for the garden owned by Ellen Coleman du Pont Meeds. It was planted in the early 1900s. (Photo: Courtesy of Moira Sheridan)The main attractions today are what they were in the Wheelwright’s time — a knot garden, rose, iris and peony gardens and the turkey rock garden, where turkeys used to roost. A more naturalistic area known as The Park abuts the formal gardens and the Magnolia Walk and fountain have been updated. In 1968, the property was left to the University of Delaware.Eliason spent time in the garden as a getaway, especially after retirement in the early 1990s from the DuPont Co., where she was in data systems and management. In 1993, determined to rectify the garden’s state of benign neglect, she founded the Friends of Goodstay Gardens to restore them to their 1920s glory.With neighbor and fellow garden enthusiast, Sidney Craven, the two launched a mighty fundraising effort and established a board of directors that gathered a pantheon of local horticultural leaders.  Volunteers from local garden clubs and organizations gathered weekly to uncover the treasures hidden under the weeds.“She had an expression that she must have repeated at least once a month — ‘water wears down stone,’” says Craven, remembering Eliason’s ability to deal diplomatically with the university to make changes happen.“I didn’t have the patience, so we were a good team.  I would say we spent at least 10 hours a week for...

Feb 8, 2018

Rope bridge to add adventure to Philadelphia Flower Show

The beauty and science of water is the theme of this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show, beginning March 2 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.The centerpiece will be a 25-foot cascading waterfall, laden with thousands of tropical flowers and — for the adventurous — a suspended rope bridge through a rainforest canopy.“Lot of exhibitors are doing formal gardens with really big fountains. Some are doing waterfalls,” said Sam Lemheney, the chief of shows and events with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. “We’re also talking about gardens with lack of water. Stoney Bank Nursery and Bank of America are doing an exhibit around xeriscaping, with plants that don’t require a lot of water.”There will also be an exhibition called “Windows on the Waterfront,” with demonstrations of water management along the Delaware River. A one-day Water Summit will feature a TEDx-style symposium of 15 speakers presenting innovative ideas for cleaning lakes, rivers, and watersheds.Victoria Prizzia is coordinating the Water Summit at the Philadelphia Flower Show, a daylong event addressing water issues. (Emma Lee/WHYY)“The Delaware River watershed is really a success story in the making. We’re a lot better off than we were 10 years ago, even 100 years ago,” said Victor...