Philadelphia, PA - The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society planted 70,000 bulbs in Philadelphia's iconic Logan Square this past fall season, reaching their peak bloom.
See 70,000 Rainbow-Colored Bulbs This Spring at Logan Square!
The blooms are now at their peak and are expected to retain their beauty (depending on weather) through April 22, 2022. They will wrap this iconic Philadelphia location in a beautiful array of rainbow colors, welcoming the spring season.
With consultation from Jack DeVroomen, a famed bulb expert from the Netherlands, PHS installed elaborately designed mixes of bulbs throughout the Logan Square garden spaces to showcase flowers reminiscent of those found in the celebrated Keukenhof Garden in Lisse, Netherlands.
The garden, famous for its vast expanse of vibrantly-colored tulips, will be brought to life here in Philadelphia. A picturesque spot to celebrate the arrival of spring, you do not want to miss this breathtaking garden!
PHS public gardens and landscapes are an integral part of the PHS mission of promoting health and well-being through horticulture. These areas create vital greenspace throughout the Philadelphia region, contribute to a much-needed tree canopy, and attract important pollinators while benefiting physical and mental health.
Free to access for all, these spaces offer neighbors, suburbanites, and out-of-town visitors the opportunity to connect with the natural world, be inspired by plants and gardening, and foster social connections.
As we enter the spring season, Logan Square's gardens and 20 other stunning PHS Public Gardens and Landscapes will offer visitors an exciting and inspiring respite from winter with multi-colored plantings and new designs and renovations.