Philadelphia Flower Show
The Pennsylvania Convention Center is the site of the Philadelphia Flower Show, the oldest and largest indoor show of its kind in the world. The annual gardening celebration features top-of-the-line horticulture and landscape design, internationally renowned speakers, informative demonstrations, music and dance performances, wine and spirits tastings and more than 150 vendors.
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