Did you know that, for decades, UConn has been a force when it comes to new plant development and introductions? Learn more on Thursday, September 15 at the first Program Meeting of our 130th Season where CHS 2016-17 Mehlquist Award Winner and UConn Professor, Dr. Mark Brand, will discuss the work that goes into the introduction of new cultivars, including several of his latest cold-hardy rhododendrons, some of which are affectionately named: “Raise the Roof,” “Huskymania,” and “Buzzer Beater.”
Programs & Events
The 2017 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show will celebrate the wonders of Holland.
From windmills, wooden shoes and cheese, to bicycles, canals and vibrant tulip and flower fields, the largest flower show in the U.S. will share diverse stories of horticulture, innovative eco-design, and modern urban greening and sustainability efforts of the Netherlands.
Four fabulous days of gardens, history & gardening friends! Come join us as we see the jewels of Delaware and Pennsylvania horticulture….