January truly is the start of the new year for the Home Farm. Although it is cold, gray, and lifeless outside, it’s now time to start envisioning the next season.
Did you know Philadelphia IS America’s Garden Capital and we’re a part of it all! With more than 30 public gardens, arboreta, and historic landscapes all located within 30 miles,
Is the rainy weather giving you cabin fever? Try a game! This copy of Games and Sports for Young Boys, published in London in 1859, provides its readers with hundreds of
This week, we got our first frost of the fall on the Wyck Home Farm. Fortunately, it was a light one and only a few pepper plants were damaged. But
No picture can quite capture the difference that the Longwood Professional Outreach Project has made on Wyck’s gardens and the structure of the Wyck horticulture department, which, may I remind
Wyck is home to several early puzzles, including an 1860s jigsaw puzzle with an image of a Fairmount Park scene, as well as several of what I’ve decided to call “architectural
Wyck Historic House, Garden, and Farm is home to America’s oldest rose garden still in original plan. Included in the garden are the original rose plants from the 19th century design,