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Archived News From October 2008
Lecture by award-winning designer is jointly sponsored by Haverford College, the Henry Foundation, and the Hardy Plant Society.
The Philadelphia Zoo gets into the spirit of the World Series with a friendly wager and an Amur tiger with a natural letter 'P' on her coat.
Looking for spectacular fall foliage? A newspaper feature story suggests you visit a public garden in the Philadelphia region.
GardenVisit.com, which features gardens from the Philadelphia region, celebrates 10th birthday by offering free downloads of books about gardens.
This first-time event will take place at the Horticultural Center in Fairmount Park; the all-inclusive fee for the day is only $20.
Keep an eye out for 'Morris R. Bearetum' bear. All the brunos are part of the public art project AbZOOlutely Chestnut Hill Zoo 2.
Area gardens sponsor this annual event, featuring horticultural stars from Britain and the U.S. New this year: 'Happy Hour' after the conference.
Agricultural Research Service scientists seek the public's help in surveying for ladybug species that are hard to find.
On Oct. 16, with help from Morris Arboretum, two small chestnuts will be planted to dedicate new Science Center at Chestnut Hill Academy.
Landscape designer celebrates his web site's 10th birthday with gifts to other gardeners; site features Philadelphia region's gardens.