Fun in Philly before the snow

It was great to have so many folks show up yesterday for my lecture for the Scott Arboretum/Hardy Plant Society’s Joanne Walkovic Memorial lecture near Philadelphia.  It’s always great to see and chat with so many long-time friends and PDN customers. I only wish I’d had more time to roam around the amazing plantings at the Scott Arboretum on the Swarthmore campus.

I was supposed to give a second lecture today, but the impending blizzard sent me packing a day early…getting out before they closed the Philadelphia airport.  Our thoughts are with those in the tri-state area preparing for white out conditions. I hope everyone is bundled up on a warm couch for the next couple of day, enjoying their Plant Delights catalog and dreaming of spring.


2 thoughts on “Fun in Philly before the snow”

  1. Laura Sonnichsen

    Tony, on Cape Cod (where it never USED to snow very much), we are expecting at least a foot of snow.

    I would love to see you come to Cape Cod to give a talk. I know gardeners here, including myself, would be thrilled. In the meantime, as we become buried today in snow, I think of all the great plants from PDN that will emerge again in the spring. Someday, I hope to make a trip to see PDN in person! Thank you for all you do for horticulture and plant enthusiasts everywhere!

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