You are invited to attend the world's longest-running and largest indoor Flower Show. Join a Philadelphia tradition and make incredible memories.
The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is an annual event at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in March. It is the world’s oldest and largest indoor flower show, attracting more than 260,000 people annually. The Show features large-scale gardens, elaborate landscapes, and over-the-top floral creations.
Visitors to the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show are treated to fabulous design, live entertainment, culinary demonstrations, gardening how-to workshops, and lectures by experts. Show week begins with an exclusive black-tie Preview Party and After Party, one of Philadelphia’s premier events.
Proceeds from the Show support PHS, particularly the City Harvest program, which feeds more than 1,200 families each week during the growing season.
The Flower Show is a showcase for the very best in the floral and landscape industries.
A Whole New Experience - Where Art Meets Horticulture
For the first time, the nation's first, largest and most beautiful Flower Show will join with the country's most exciting art museums to create ARTiculture!
Art and horticulture are part of a mutual admiration society that has been played out across centuries by the Masters both gardeners and artists. Whether in a Wyeth landscape or a sweeping vista of bulbs blooming in colorful combinations, inspiration flows from both worlds to create a masterpiece on canvas and on the land.
This year’s Flower Show celebrates and joins together these highly regarded museums with some of the nation’s finest landscape and floral designers to create a living canvas in ARTiculture.
About The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society:
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1827 that offers programs, activities, workshops, and publications for gardeners of all levels and interests.
Proceeds from the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, as well as donations from foundations, corporations, government agencies, and individuals, support PHS programs and initiatives, including Plant One Million, a multi-state tree-planting campaign, and City Harvest, which grows fresh produce for more than 1,200 families in need each week.