A New Garden Grows on Philly’s Market Street
PHILADELPHIA -The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, in partnership with Brandywine Realty Trust and Independence Blue Cross, is creating a temporary garden of vegetables, herbs, grains and flowers to showcase the work of City Harvest, which provides fresh produce for underserved residents.
Six of the city’s finest chefs will create special dishes using the garden’s bounty and donate proceeds back to City Harvest.
Participating chefs include: Daniel Stern, R2L; Guillermo Tellez, Square 1682; Chris Scarduzio, Table 31; Michael Schulson, Sampan; Marcie Turney, Barbuzzo; Lynn Marie Rinaldi, Paradiso
The PHS Pops Up garden features an exhibit of sustainable gardening originally created for the 2011 Philadelphia International Flower Show by Temple University Ambler staff and students.
WHEN: Monday, June 13, 3 p.m.
WHERE: 20th and Market Streets, northeast corner
WHO: Drew Becher, President, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
Mayor Michael Nutter
Gerard H. Sweeney, President and CEO, Brandywine Realty Trust
Christopher Cashman, President - Commercial Markets, Independence Blue Cross
Meryl Levitz, President, GPTMC/Philly Homegrown
City Harvest representative