The Philadelphia Flower Show, which was hosted by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society June 3-15, featured dazzling displays at this year’s event, which was themed “Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece.” Held outdoors for the first time in the show’s 193-year history, it featured more than 75 installations and floral displays spanning over 15 acres of space in Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park. Here are some of the show-stopping exhibitions that caught our eye.

Exhibitor: Arrange, Floral and Event Design
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Exhibitor: Fête Urbane
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Exhibitor: Nature’s Gallery
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Exhibitor: Irwin Landscaping
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Jeff Leatham’s “Habitat” features cascading blooms of orange, magenta and lavender shades against a dramatic backdrop of columns. According to PHS, “Jeff’s work is a combination of his love for flowers, people and design.”
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Exhibitor: WRT
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Exhibitor: Polycarp Flowers
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Exhibitor: Schaffer Designs
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Exhibitor: Jennifer Designs
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This exhibit from Mark Cook Landscape & Contracting mixes lush vegetations with modern architecture. His designs have earned the landscape designer and artist awards in each Philadelphia Flower Show over the last 11 years — including Best in Show in 2020 and 2017.
PHOTO BY ROB CARDILLO, COURTESY OF PHS