Pennsylvania Horticultural Society announces exhibitor information for the 2022 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has shared its list of exhibitors for the 2022 Philadelphia Flower Show, “In Full Bloom.” This year, visitors can anticipate seeing the works of extraordinary landscape architects, garden designers, and florists. The roster of designers will be larger than in previous years, with 40 major exhibitors creating forward-thinking and progressive designs for large-scale gardens between 900 – 2,500 square feet. 

This year’s Flower Show features an eclectic mix of award-winning, world-class designers, including more female-led firms designing major exhibits than ever before, creating half of the spectacular, show-stopping gardens that the Flower Show is known for. The Flower Show will shed light on the incredible achievements of women in the field of landscape and garden design with stunning and thought-provoking displays that explore the restorative power of nature and plants as well as the importance of mental and emotional health that contribute to a person also being “In Full Bloom.” 

In addition to the major exhibit gardens, dozens of smaller garden spaces ranging from 254 to 899 square feet will also be on display. These smaller experiences feature educational gardens and the Flower Show competitive classes, where amateur gardeners and plant societies are invited to create themed gardens that serve to inspire all visitors to explore the world of horticulture and get their hands dirty. Additionally, these gardens provide exciting new ideas and inspiration for those gardening in small spaces and demonstrate the amazing potential of even a small space to serve as a beautiful garden respite. 

“Every year, we try to find designers, builders, thinkers, and garden makers who we think will explore and present some aspect of the theme in an exciting, thought-provoking, and lively way. We want designers who are firmly rooted in horticulture and great plant design but who are also thinking about the culture at large and how these designs relate to those issues. We want guests to be moved and delighted and to be changed, in some small way, by these gardens and the ideas behind them,” said Seth Pearsoll, PHS Director of Design.  

For more information:
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
100 N. 20th Street
5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103

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