Posts Tagged ‘Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’

Chinatown Tower Receives $1.3 Million State Development Grant

Chinatown Tower Receives $1.3 Million State Development Grant

October 21, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Chinatown tower gets boost from Harrisburg, Rodin Square espouses cargo aesthetic, new construction on the Sharswood/Brewerytown border, and Horticultural Society planting bulbs for spring > more

Again Under Threat, Wiota Street Garden Organizers Seek Public's Support

Again Under Threat, Wiota Street Garden Organizers Seek Public’s Support

September 8, 2016  |  News

In West Powelton, caretakers of a 32-year-old community garden prepare for battle over the pending sale of the once vacant lot for new construction. Tyler Horst reports. > more

Touring The Divine Lorraine

Touring The Divine Lorraine

April 21, 2016  |  Morning Blend

A tour of the renovations inside the Divine Lorraine, bank building in Roxoborugh deemed historic, 900 trees being planted this weekend, RiverLink Ferry trades hands, and Temple breaks ground on new library > more

The National Parks: America's Best In Show

The National Parks: America’s Best In Show

March 7, 2016  |  Vantage

To celebrate the National Park Service's 100th anniversary, the Philadelphia Flower Show—its 188th—brings the country's greatest natural treasures together under one roof. Park enthusiast Brad Maule laces up his boots and hits the Flower Show trail > more

Toll Brothers Scale Back Plans For Society Hill Playhouse Replacement

Toll Brothers Scale Back Plans For Society Hill Playhouse Replacement

January 28, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Toll Brothers changes plans for Society Hill Playhouse replacement, Squilla’s music venue scheme elicits backlash, half a million dollars to help returning citizens and spruce up vacant lots, and connecting South Philly neighborhoods through practical playgrounds > more