Flower Show

Temple wins major awards at Philadelphia Flower Show
Type: News Story
Months of hard work by students and faculty at Temple's Ambler Campus paid off with special honors for their 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show Exhibit, “Tamanend’s Track: The Path to a Portrayal of the Past.”
March 7, 2014
Senior horticulture major finds beauty in the macabre
Type: News Story
In the eight years that he has been showing his plants at the Philadelphia Flower Show, Temple Ambler Horticulture student Brandon Huber has garnered more than 250 ribbons. His extensive and diverse collection of exotic plants includes a hanging begonia, a climbing onion, a variegated ivy and a “corpse plant," which gives of a stench of rotting meat when in full bloom.
March 10, 2013
'Wilde' exhibit takes major awards at Philadelphia Flower Show
Type: News Story
Temple’s 2013 Philadelphia Flower Show Exhibit, “WILDE! Cultivating wonder in everyday places” was awarded The Alfred M. Campbell Memorial Trophy, given to the “Educational major exhibit that demonstrates the most successful use of a variety of plants in a unique fashion,” and a PHS Special Achievement Award.
March 11, 2013
Student exhibitors ready for ‘wilde’ ride at annual flower show
Type: News Story
Students and faculty in Temple Ambler’s Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture are taking a walk on the “wilde” side in preparation for their 2013 Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit. The exhibit, titled “WILDE! Cultivating wonder in everyday places,” seeks to present simple, attractive and affordable ways to cultivate wildness.
February 14, 2013
Wish your garden looked as lush as Hawaii?
Type: In the Media
March 5, 2012
Temple Best in Show at 2012 Flower Show
Type: In the Media
March 5, 2012