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Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) will return to FDR Park for the second year in a row  June 11-19, 2022 to present the Philadelphia Flower show.

Entrance to 2022 Flower Show at FDR Park June 11-19, 2022 courtesy of PHS

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney made comments at the press conference this morning. (March 21, 2022) Growing up in South Philadelphia. Kenney said he spent a lot of time in FDR Park at 1500 Pattison Avenue and South Broad Street 19145

The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is the nation’s longest-running horticultural event. This will be the 194th show.

This year’s theme is “In Full Bloom” promoting the restorative and healing power of nature and plants. Tickets are available now.

Artist rendition from PHS of stage area for entertainment and food area at the 2022 Philadelphia Flower Show

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park (FDR Park) serves as the ideal location for the outdoor 2022 Flower Show. A registered historical district designed by famed landscape architects, the Olmsted Brothers in the early 20th century, FDR Park features impressive landscapes and architecture with walkable pathways, majestic trees, and breathtaking views. FDR Park is an inspiring venue that contributes to the splendor that the Flower Show is known for, while also being accessible by mass transit and car. Located at 1500 Pattison Avenue and South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19145.

Each visitor who purchases a Flower Show ticket, attends a Flower Show special event, or becomes a PHS member contributes to PHS furthering its community-driven work planting trees, supporting neighborhood greening, establishing community gardens, providing job training, managing public gardens, and connecting people with horticulture and one another.

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