Pinelands Preservation Alliance Exhibits at the Philadelphia Flower Show

Permit IT RAIN: PPA’s Heather Sampey will help plant the rain garden for the exhibit in the Philadelphia Flower Demonstrate. (Supplied image)
The Pinelands Preservation Alliance, a nonprofit corporation devoted to guarding the natural and historic assets of the New Jersey Pinelands, manufactured its initially visual appearance at the environment-renowned Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Philadelphia Flower Show. This was the to start with 12 months the annual Flower Exhibit was held outdoors, with the theme of “Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece.”
Because the Pinelands Reserve of some 800,000 acres of forest has a healthful aquifer, uncommon geography and unusual vegetation and animals, it is really one of nature’s masterpieces in the nation’s most densely populated state.
“The Pinelands Preservation Alliance is honored and thrilled to take part in this year’s PHS Philadelphia Flower Demonstrate,” explained Patricia Butenis, PPA’s board president. “What a best location to showcase our Pinelands indigenous crops and boost a important sort of eco-friendly infrastructure – the rain backyard. We hope visitors not only love our exhibition, but study a very little about guarding the Pinelands and its organic treasures.”
PPA’s exhibit, “Somewhere above the Rain Garden,” emphasizes the positive aspects of rain gardens to the Pinelands habitat. Rain gardens filter pollutants from stormwater runoff, protect against soil erosion and supply superb habitats for wildlife these as birds, bees and butterflies. The show highlights function that PPA does with companion corporations identified as the South Jersey Landscape Makeover Program.
Citizens who take part in the SJLMP application get assistance with design and specialist guidelines for their rain back garden totally free of demand.
The 2021 Flower Show is situated in FDR Park in Philadelphia, 500 Pattison Ave. and South Broad Avenue. The show operates by June 13. PPA’s exhibit can be identified in the “Garden District” at G7.
Crops for the show were provided by Summersweet Indigenous Crops, LLC in Mays Landing and Pinelands Immediate Native Vegetation in Columbus. Jim Pizzuto, a South Jersey woodcarver, furnished a distinctive birdhouse.
Learn additional about the Pinelands Preservation Alliance at For extra information and facts about the Philadelphia Flower Clearly show, like a plan of situations, hours and tickets, take a look at To study much more about the South Jersey Landscape Makeover Program, pay a visit to or achieve out to Heather Sampey at  —P.J. 

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