The Philadelphia Region is America's Garden Capital

The Philadelphia Region is America's Garden Capital

The Philadelphia Region is America's Garden Capital

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America's Garden CapitalPhiladelphia, PA - After being closed for most of 2020 due to the pandemic, the Philadelphia Regions Public Gardens are beginning to see more people getting out and enjoying nature again.


Philadelphia Regions Public Gardens

After more than 14 months of being stuck at home, many Philadelphians are excited to get out and enjoy the regions' outdoor venues. This summer season is the perfect time to experience extraordinary public horticulture at the region's gardens.

America's Garden Capital

Many people don't know that the Greater Philadelphia region is home to over 37 public gardens located within 30 miles has more gardens nearby than anywhere else on the continent.

Giving the region the distinction of being called "America's Garden Capital. America's Garden Capital consists of 37 public garden spaces. Many of which will participate in the 2021 Philadelphia Flower Show with an exciting presence within the Show for 9 straight days and host an exhibit booth for all Show visitors.



Flower show guests can even get their free garden passports to track their progress as they visit each garden and receive a unique stamp or code, and guests can also get a limited-edition 2021 Flower Show stamp to add to their Passport.



Several garden experts will also be on hand during the Flower Show to discuss their specific garden activities and all things gardening.


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