Posts Tagged ‘The Woodlands’

A Fine And Public Space: Preservationists Revive Philadelphia's Historic Cemeteries As Vibrant Spaces For The Living

A Fine And Public Space: Preservationists Revive Philadelphia’s Historic Cemeteries As Vibrant Spaces For The Living

May 21, 2019  |  Vantage

New life is blooming at Philadelphia's historic cemeteries. Starr Herr-Cardillo has the story > more

The Rise & Ruckus Over Bio Pond, Penn's Hidden Urban Oasis

The Rise & Ruckus Over Bio Pond, Penn’s Hidden Urban Oasis

April 2, 2018  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. has the backstory on the beginnings of the Bio Pond research garden at Penn and the brouhaha in the 1990s over saving the little slice of tranquility. > more

Gardeners Bring Cradle Graves Back From The Dead

Gardeners Bring Cradle Graves Back From The Dead

August 3, 2017  |  Vantage

At Woodlands Cemetery, an army of volunteers preserve the memory of Victorian city dwellers with the Grave Gardeners program. Contributor Ann de Forest has the story > more

Reconnecting Horticultural History On The Schuylkill

Reconnecting Horticultural History On The Schuylkill

October 11, 2016  |  Vantage

Bartram's Gardens and The Woodlands will reunite through connective access when the westward extension of the Schuylkill River Trail is complete. Contributor Starr Herr-Cardillo traces the deep-seeded relationship between these two National Historic Landmarks > more

Bartram’s Garden Reasserts Itself With $2.7 Million Renovation

Bartram’s Garden Reasserts Itself With $2.7 Million Renovation

July 13, 2016  |  Morning Blend

A ribbon cutting ceremony for tomorrow on the Schuylkill, appeals filed against Blatstein's South Broad tower, more than 50 homes planned on South Kensington block, meerkats amaze with maze, and repositioning old nonprofits for New Philadelphia > more