Upcoming Events

The 2023 Philadelphia Flower Show, Philadelphia, PA
March 4th - March 12th, 2023.
Join us at the 2023 Philadelphia Flower Show hosted by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.  This year's theme is The Garden Electric.  This eccentric and electric return to the classic indoor show at the Convention Center in historic downtown Philly. We will be presenting a full gallery of original artworks, with over 30 pieces on view.  You will also find our full seed line, Japanese gardening tools, art prints, home décor and show exclusives.

Seed Starting Seminar at Wave Hill Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY
Saturday March 25th, 2023.  Time TBD
Join us at the beautiful Wave Hill Botanical Garden overlooking the Hudson River as we walk you through how to start your seeds indoors.  This seminar will focus on seed starting, seedling care and varieties that thrive in small space conditions, whether windowsill, fire escape or courtyard gardening.  Tickets for sale through Wave Hill.

Past Events


The Pass Presents Get Your Garden Ready: Plant Cannabis (and Everything Else)
Thursday, April 14th, at 12pm EDT.
An hour-long panel discussion on Zoom on the basics of home-growing. Click here to register.

Maker's Market & Garden Party presented by The Farmhouse Project - Saturday, April 30th & May 1st, 2022, 11:00-6:00PM EST The Arnold House, Livingston Manor, NY.
A celebration of unique makers from the Catskills with a focus on gardening and nature. K Greene will be hosting an Edible Ornamentals workshop at 12:30PM. There will also be a comprehensive selection of our best selling heirloom seed varieties. Learn More.

Philadelphia Flower Show - Saturday, June 11 - Sunday, June 19 2022 10AM-7PM, Philadelphia, PA.
Join us this June at the region’s most looked-to gardening attraction. Once more, the show will be hosted outdoors in the beautiful, unique FDR Park. The 2022 Flower Show invites you to a spectacular presentation of displays, plus activities for gardeners, plant enthusiasts, and design aficionados. The Show’s theme, “In Full Bloom,” will explore the beauty of nature and it's restorative properties. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists, and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening. Tickets available here.