Gardening in Pennsylvania is a time-honored tradition. Despite challenging winter weather, many people in Pennsylvania chose to make the most of the other seasons by getting out in their gardens. Whether you have a tiny city garden or own a large piece of property in the country, you can create a beautiful outdoor retreat. Take a look at the gardens below to see what is possible.
Pennsylvania Farmhouse GardenAn artfully designed composition of native and non-native plantings creates a beautiful orchestration of color and texture.
Growing Green in PennsylvaniaA Pennsylvania state representative and his wife wanted to test their theory that sustainability and style can go hand in hand.
The Art of AutumnA garden in Pennsylvania kicks into high gear with flaming fall colors and tawny grasses that exhibit the season’s remarkable changes.
My Garden: An Affinity for RosesWith the planting bed of her Haverford front yard cleared, Casey Pradelli creates her dream garden, full of roses and inspired by Gertrude Jekyll.
A Garden Built for PartiesHow a blank space became a generous revelry room; ready, willing, and able to adapt to any festive occasion.
Lessons from ChanticleerOn the grounds of a former estate outside of Philadelphia, a cadre of master gardeners presides over an oasis of earthly delights.
Growing a KitchenThey set out to remodel the kitchen, and cooked up new gardens along the way.
Garden Shops: TerrainThe folks who gave us Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters open a garden store in Glen Mills, PA.
The Barnes Foundation's New LookThe garden at the Barnes Foundation in downtown Philadelphia incorporates varying textures, distinct patches of shade and sun, and the soft framing of a stone edifice.