February 15-17, 2019

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks

Oaks, PA

Mark Your Calendars!

The Philly Home + Garden Show will return February 15-17, 2019.

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Appearing Live in 2019!

Ty Pennington, TLC's <i>Trading Spaces.</i>

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HOME IMPROVEMENT

Innovative Products and Hundreds of Experts All Under One Roof

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GARDENING IDEAS

Practical Advice and Great Deals

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SHOP, COMPARE & SAVE!

On Everything from Windows and Flooring to Cabinets and Landscaping.

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3 DAYS ONLY

Renew, Refresh and Restore Your Home.

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Don’t Miss Out on the Action.

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Madcap Cottage

Madcap Cottage

John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon are the duo behind North Carolina- and New York-based interior design firm Madcap Cottage. Known for their passion for prints and pattern, the Madcap gents

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Ty Pennington

Ty Pennington

Ty Pennington will be appearing at the 2019 show! Ty first garnered national attention as the quirky and creative carpenter on the groundbreaking home improvement series "Trading Spaces".

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Get a Booth Quote

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Have a product or service that relates to home improvement, remodeling, design, gardening, or landscaping? Then the Philly Home + Garden Show is the perfect fit for your business! Get a booth quote

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Edible Landscaping Brings Beauty and Nourishment to Your Backyard

Feb 14, 2018, 18:11 PM by Hailey Mallow
Check out Scott Baldelli's tips for creating a beautiful, and delicious, garden!

If you tell Scott Baldelli that his garden looks delicious, he’ll take it as a compliment. A past garden design student at Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum and a 14-year veteran of the horticulture industry, the owner of Scott Baldelli Gardening & Design says that you don’t have to separate your perennial garden from your vegetable or herb garden. Combining them can create a beautiful landscape that can be beneficial to all of your plants.

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Here are his main tips:

Pick plants you already eat.
“If you’re looking to add edible plants to your landscape, choose fruits and vegetables that you like and know how to cook,” Baldelli says.

Purposeful planting can protect your garden.
Marigolds will help with just about any garden pest (including deer) while carrots, parsley, borage and parsnip attract friends of a garden like the praying mantis, the ladybug or the spider – all insects that eat other bugs.

edible landscaping blog

If you’re short on space, use containers.
Many edible plants do well in containers and can add a pop of green to a windowsill, balcony or patio.

Position your plants strategically.
Some herbs like Creeping Thyme have a tendency to drape, which is a good place for the edge of the garden.  You can pair tall plants with shade lovers – spinach and Swiss chard would love to grow in the shade of tall flowers.

Baldelli 2

The Philly Home + Garden Show will take over the Great Philadelphia Expo Center from February 16-18, 2018. Visit Baldelli’s “Edible Landscaping” display on the show floor to learn how you can make your garden as tasty as it is beautiful! Get your tickets NOW!

phgs-logo
FEBRUARY 16-18, 2018
GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER

Exhibitor List

Search participating companies before, during and after the show. It’s like having a digital home show at your fingertips year round, complete with booth numbers, store and contact information. There is even the option to email companies directly for a quote.

Edible Landscaping Brings Beauty and Nourishment to Your Backyard

Feb 14, 2018, 18:11 PM by Hailey Mallow
Check out Scott Baldelli's tips for creating a beautiful, and delicious, garden!

If you tell Scott Baldelli that his garden looks delicious, he’ll take it as a compliment. A past garden design student at Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum and a 14-year veteran of the horticulture industry, the owner of Scott Baldelli Gardening & Design says that you don’t have to separate your perennial garden from your vegetable or herb garden. Combining them can create a beautiful landscape that can be beneficial to all of your plants.

Baldelli 4

Here are his main tips:

Pick plants you already eat.
“If you’re looking to add edible plants to your landscape, choose fruits and vegetables that you like and know how to cook,” Baldelli says.

Purposeful planting can protect your garden.
Marigolds will help with just about any garden pest (including deer) while carrots, parsley, borage and parsnip attract friends of a garden like the praying mantis, the ladybug or the spider – all insects that eat other bugs.

edible landscaping blog

If you’re short on space, use containers.
Many edible plants do well in containers and can add a pop of green to a windowsill, balcony or patio.

Position your plants strategically.
Some herbs like Creeping Thyme have a tendency to drape, which is a good place for the edge of the garden.  You can pair tall plants with shade lovers – spinach and Swiss chard would love to grow in the shade of tall flowers.

Baldelli 2

The Philly Home + Garden Show will take over the Great Philadelphia Expo Center from February 16-18, 2018. Visit Baldelli’s “Edible Landscaping” display on the show floor to learn how you can make your garden as tasty as it is beautiful! Get your tickets NOW!

phgs-logo
FEBRUARY 16-18, 2018
GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER