Philadelphia Flower Show 2014: “ARTiculture”


This review is long over due. I took so many pictures at the Philadelphia Flower Show that I had been putting off uploaded them to my computer. Well, I finally buckled down and did the deed. I’ll start off by saying that I love the theme of this year’s show, “ARTiculture”. The interplay between art and horticulture was fantastic. I enjoyed seeing some of my favorite artists presented in such novel ways.







The flowers and plants were of course gorgeous as always. I did find myself wishing that there was a bit more light. But other than that small issue, everything was lovely.







The awards section did not disappoint. There are always so many beautifully exotic and interesting plants. I have so much respect for their caretakers that ensure these masterpieces stay healthy and thriving.



I especially found interesting the grade and high school presentations. I was impressed by the artistic ability of the young people and was happy that they were given the opportunity to express themselves to such a large group.



At the end of our visit we did take some time to walk around to the vendors. I made several purchases with the same vendor I bought gifts from last year to add to our small ceramic collection.

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If you have the pleasure of visiting Philadelphia while the Flower Show is in progress, I highly suggest that you check it out. As an avid nature-lover, I plan on attending this festive event every year. It is a great place to welcome in the spring season and feel grounded back into Mother Earth after months of snowstorms and ice. Every year brings a novel theme that is sure to delight.

To find out more about the current year’s Philadelphia Flower Show, visit

Photography by Ajua Hawkins.

Copyright 2014 Ajua Hawkins


4 Replies to “Philadelphia Flower Show 2014: “ARTiculture””

  1. Throughly enjoyed revisiting the flower show on Ajualuv’s site. Flowers combined with Art is magical … add music and you get phenominally magestic. After experiencing the Articulture Show I feel like creating a masterpiece out in nature.

    1. Thank you for visiting my blog and for the beautiful comment. I hope that you got to go out in nature to create your masterpiece! Love to you.

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