The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society explores the marriage of art and horticulture in the motif of this year's flower show, aptly titled 'ARTiculture'.

PHS announced this morning the list of exhibitors who won feature awards.

They are as follows:

PHS Philadelphia Flower Show Cup, Best Landscape - Best in show award, for the highest-scoring Landscape major exhibit in the show: Stoney Bank Nurseries

PHS Philadelphia Flower Show Cup, Best Floral - Best in show award, for the highest-scoring Floral major exhibit in the show: American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD)

Philadelphia Flower Show Silver Trophy, Landscape- for the Landscape major exhibit receiving the second-highest number of points: (Tie) Mark Cook Landscape Contracting, and Michael Petrie's Handmade Gardens

Philadelphia Flower Show Silver Trophy, Floral- for the Floral major exhibit receiving the second-highest number of points: PURE Design

The Alfred M. Campbell Memorial Trophy (Educational) - for the educational major exhibit that demonstrates the most successful use of a variety of plant in a unique fashion: Camden City Garden Club, Inc./Camden Children's Garden

The Mayor's Trophy, Innovative & Unique Design- for the Landscape major exhibit under 1,000 square feet that demonstrates the most innovative or unique design: Men's Garden Club of Philadelphia

The Governor's Trophy, Innovative & Unique Design- for the Landscape major exhibit 1,000 square feet or over that demonstrates the most innovative or unique design: Scape Design

The Governor's Trophy, Innovative & Unique Design- for the Landscape major exhibit 1,000 square feet or over that demonstrates the most innovative or unique design: Andy Sturgeon Landscape & Garden Design

The Philadelphia Trophy- for the Landscape major exhibit that demonstrates the best use of color: J. Downend Landscaping

The PHS Council Trophy- for the Landscape major exhibit with the most accomplished display of forced plants: Jacques Amand International, Ltd.

Chicago Horticultural Society Flower Show Medal- to an educational exhibit showing outstanding horticultural skill and knowledge in a nationally recognized flower show: Temple University, Ambler, School of Environmental Design

Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Assoc Trophy, Garden: Trevose Horticultural Society/ Wychock, Karen / Kurtz, Ruth E.

Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Assoc Trophy, Vertical Garden: The Gardeners/ Thompson, Pam

Massachusetts Horticultural Society Gold Medal- to the Plant Society exhibit demonstrating the best use of design: Delaware Valley Fern and Wildflower Society

American Horticultural Society Environmental Award: Camden City Garden Club, Inc./Camden Children's Garden

Bulkley Medal of The Garden Club of America- to a special exhibit in the fields of horticulture, botany, or conservation that increases awareness of the viewing public: Delaware Valley College

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You can visit the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from March 1 – 9. Click here for tickets.