When a few of the Drexel students working with me at Lombard Center Community Garden told me that I needed to check out the latest in Philadelphia’s Pop-Up gardens down at the waterfront, I knew it was a ‘must see’. Although it’s described as a ‘summer pop-up park complete with a boardwalk, urban beach,[...]
I’m delighted to introduce Chris Woods as a Guest Contributor for Gardening Gone Wild. I’ve known Chris for over 25 years- from when he was the head gardener at an estate in the suburbs of Philadelphia called Chanticleer. For those of you who don’t know, Chris led the transformation of Chanticleer, where he spent 20[...]
Every Saturday morning when I stroll over to Rittenhouse Square, I’m starstruck by the plethora of zinnias that greet me with their dazzling array of colors and flower heads.
The crown jewel of Philadelphia is the Benjamin Franklin Parkway - flanked on one side by the Philadelphia Museum Art with a straight view of Philadelphia City Hall several blocks away. In the center of Philadelphia’s magnificent mile is Logan Circle, an open-space park, one of the five original planned squares laid out on the city[...]
The winners of Gardening Gone Wild’s Book Celebration 2014 has been announced on FB and personal notes written to 7 lucky folks. They are: Katrina Bohrer, Anita Taylor, Shane Kaufman, Charles Ward, Jeanie Skibiski, Gini Huffman, and Melinda (Mel123info). For those of you who have not yet responded to my e-mail, you have until 12[...]