WWPFG Conferences

Every other year, the Guild hosts international conferences. Our last conference was held in Bensalem, PA (just ourside of Philadelphia, PA) USA on March 1-4, 2018.

Conference Schedule

Early full conference registration available through January 15, 2018 is $320.00 USD (members) and $355.00 USD (non-members). After January 15, 2018, full registration is $340.00 (members) and $375.00 (non-members). The Member Discount Code may not be applied to any conference purchases. If you try to use the code, your registration may be delayed while we bill you for the difference.Full conference registration covers all sessions and demonstrations, and includes the opening dinner on Thursday March 1 and lunches throughout the conference. For those attending with spouses or companions, an additional Thursday dinner can be purchased for $30.00 if purchased by Febryary 15, 2018..For residents local to the Philadelphia area, individual session registration is available for $70 per session (morning or afternoon). For those attending individual sessions only, a lunch may be purchased for $8.00 if ordered by February 15, 2018. The lunch must be selected for the individual day of attendance.Conference Registration is available in our Website Store. Scroll to the last category Conference. Members, remember that the Member Discount Code cannot be used for Conference purchases.

The Philadelphia Flower Show

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March 3 – 11, 2018

The 2018 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, “Wonders of Water,” celebrated the beauty and life-sustaining interplay of horticulture and water.

America’s leading floral and garden designer created tropical jungles, temperate forests, native woodlands and arid landscapes, showcasing the astounding plants that thrive in each environment, from exquisite orchids and flowering vines to luminescent desert blooms.

The annual Flower Show is a top destination and “must experience” horticultural event, attracting 250,000 visitors annually to the Pennsylvania Convention Center, a showcase of excellence that dates back to 1829.