Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

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Season 3, Episode 2

When you think of the center city Philadelphia, you may not think of corn, or tomatoes or kale.  But hidden away between the brownstones and businesses, community gardeners are reclaiming land, re-connecting with the soil and providing a valuable resource to area residents, with help from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.

Resources

Pennsylvania Horticultural Society website - phsonline.org

Greenlife Pennsylvania website - greenlifepenn.org

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