The Calendar for Pennsylvania
DIG IT! Garden Bus Trips and Events
June 21 - Bus Trip: Private Gardens in the Hudson Valley
Two voluptuous private gardens in the Hudson Valley. From Scranton, PA, with second pick-up on Rt.84, Exit 2 in New York State. First garden is art from the ground up - exotic and lush 7-acre private garden designed by Patrick Chasse´ with collections galore: 500 lotus, 300+ mountain laurel, 300 peonies, magnolias, greenhouses, rare specimen tropical and trees, mixed borders, stumpery and more! The second is a 7-acre garden created with passion and perseverance by the owner herself with perennial borders, water gardens, wildflower, fern and formal gardens, woodland walk and 4 acres of what deer do not eat. More details coming ASAP!Cost: $70. To register: see below.
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The Garden Conservancy
Open Days Program
Rain or shine. $7 per garden.
G.O.A.L. - Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown Events
June 2 - Black Ditch Creek Tire Clean-Up 9am
Behind the Violetwood section of Levittown. All tools provided. Please wear sturdy footwear or boots; this is a muddy, dirty location. Volunteers must be 18-years or older. Ideal project for required public service. Lunch served at 1pm. Meet at Mill Creek Road directly across street from Bristol Township School District Administration Building (formerly Benjamin Franklin Junior High School).
Bristol Township Senior Center
2501 Bath Road
Bristol, PA 19007
Longwood Gardens Events
Six Fireworks & Fountains 9:15pm
July 1 - Hooray for the Red, White, and Blue Salute to America featuring hits from Tom Petty, Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, more musical legends. July 21 - Monet's Garden: Find yourself transported to Giverny amid sounds of the classics from Debussy, Dukas, Ravel, and other celebrated French composers. August 11 - Happy Birthday, Leonard Bernstein: Celebrate Bernstein's 100th birthday with selections from some of his most famous works including West Side Story, On the Town, and Candide. September 1 - Be Our Guest: 8:15pm Themes from animated movie classics, including Aladdin, The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, more. September 29 - Solid Gold '70s 8:15 Step back in time to disco decade featuring iconic music from the Bee Gees, Kool and the Gang, Donna Summer, more cool cats.
June 14 - Enjoying Flowers with Martha Stewart & Kevin Sharkey 10
Moderated by Longwood's President/CEO Paul B. Redman. Martha Stewart and Kevin Sharkey, exec. vice president and executive director of design for Martha Stewart Brand, share expert flower growing, gathering, and arranging insights from Martha's new book, Flowers: A Practical Guide to Growing, Gathering, and Enjoying.
Learn best practices she applies to her voluminous gardens. In Open Air Theatre. Tickets on sale April 26.
Milford Garden Club Events
Meetings held the 2nd Tuesday of each month. New members always welcome!
June 4 - Connecting to Community Event 5-6:30
Join friendly people for wine, refreshments, cheese. Learn about Milford and Tri-State Area. At the Milford Library at 116 East Hartford St.
July 14 - 26th annual Town and Country Secret Garden Tour 10-4
Self-guided tour held rain or shine! ADdvance Tickets: The Willow Store, 317 Broad St, The Artisan Exchange, 219 Broad St, or Helga: 570-409-6027. Send check by July 7 to Milford Garden Club, P.O. Box 764, Milford, PA 18337. Tickets day of: 9-2 at Remembrance Place, W Ann St and Elderberry Alley & The Rotary Circle/Milford Community House, Broad St.
Milford Garden Club
St. Patrick’s Church Hall
E. High and 4th Streets
Info: 570-296-6345, 570-296-3833, www.milfordgardenclub.com
Hiking Jane Events
June 9 - Nature Walk: Lackawanna Heritage Trail 10
Rain or shine. Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority nature walk series along Lackawanna River. Our first starts at Laurel Street Trailhead, Archbald. We will walk south through dense woods by pond and river. One-mile path is paved and relatively level. We'll explore diversity of plants (and hopefully some critters). DIRECTIONS: From Monroe or Wayne Street, off of Main Avenue, turn south on Laurel and continue to end at parking lot. Call for directions if you have never been there. 520-954-5759.
Martha Washington Garden Club Meetings 12:30
Maintains Public Burying Ground at Slate Hill Cemetery; improves gardens at Elm Lowne, flower arrangements at township building. Scholarships for horticultural students. Meets 4th Wednesday September thru June. Open to public. New members welcome, $5/lectures of interest & $25/year to join! Refreshments, networking. Guest fee $10.
Martha Washington Garden Club
Lower Bucks Masonic Hall
Bartram's Garden Events
54th Street and Lindbergh Boulevard
Doylestown Nature Club Events
At Doylestown Country Club, 20 Country Club Ln, Doylestown
Back Mountain Bloomers Garden Club Events
www.backmountainbloomers.org or Angela Vitkoski at email@example.com or (570) 718-6507.
Philadelphia Society of Botanical Illustrators Events
Philadelphia Society of Botanical Illustrators
Info: www.PSBI-art.org , firstname.lastname@example.org
ARTtery Gallery Events
Artery Gallery Fine Arts and Crafts
210 Broad Street
Milford, PA 18337
The Garden Conservancy Events
Open Days are rain or shine; no reservations required. Fee: $7 per garden.
The Garden Conservancy
11 Old Postal Road P.O. Box 219
Cold Spring, NY
Philadelphia Horticultural Society Travel Programs.
Philadelphia Horticultural Society
100 N. 20th Street, 5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1495
215-988-8819, email@example.com, www.PHSonline.org
Churchville Nature Center Butterfly House Events
Churchville Nature Center
501 Churchville Lane
Info: Stommy Blauth: firstname.lastname@example.org www.churchvillenaturecenter.org
Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College Events
500 College Avenue
Tanglewood Garden Club Events
1699 Willow Pond Dr.
Yardley, PA 19067
www.Tanglewoodinyardley.com, Kathryn Schwenzer Schwenzk@gmail.com
Edge of the Woods Nursery Events
Edge of Woods Nursery
2415 Route 100, Orefield
Info: Louise Schaefer at 610-395-2570; Louise@edgeofthewoodsnursery.com
Penn State Cooperative Extension and Master Gardeners Events
Penn State Cooperative Extension
Neshaminy Manor Center
1282 Almshouse Road,(corner of Route 611 and Almshouse Rd)
Hardy Plant Society/Mid-Atlantic Group Events
Chanticleer Garden Events
786 Church Road
Information: (610) 687-4163, www.chanticleergarden.org
Gesneriad Society Events
Information: 727-796-5615 email@example.com or 973-579-7914, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.gesneriadsociety.org
Silver Lake Nature Center Events
Silver Lake Nature Center
1306 Bath Road
Morris Arboretum Events
100 E. Northwestern Avenue
More info: (215) 247-5777 ext. 125, email@example.com
American Begonia Society Events
Info: Bernie Wiener firstname.lastname@example.org
Tyler Arboretum Events
515 Painter Road
610-566-9134, x 210 or www.tylerarboretum.org
Lehigh Valley Flower, Garden, and Pool Show
Marketplace, display gardens, speakers, demos
17th & Chew Streets
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