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First Pics: South Street PHS pop-up garden now open

Check back tomorrow for pictures of the 9th and Wharton pop-up garden. 

This year instead of just one pop-up garden, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has decided to open a total of three–and two of them are conveniently located here in South Philly.

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The first of the three gardens to open was the garden at 1438 South St., which opened on Thursday, May 28.

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This is the second year for this South Street pop-up garden in the lot next to Jamaican Jerk Hut.

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This year the garden has a bit more of a bohemian vibe. This garden was designed by Karen Regan of Tallulah & Bird.

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phs-pop-up-14 The design of the garden includes a lot of wooden elements with tree stumps as tables, the large wooden pergola as the garden’s center piece and more.

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Since this is a garden, of course there is a ton of greenery to create an urban oasis space. You can see different kinds of plants scattered around the space, including a lot of smaller accent pieces on the tables throughout the garden.

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phs-pop-up-10This is a beer garden after all, so don’t forget about the food and drink you’ll be having here. The food truck is from Dietz & Watson and the beers at this garden will include brews from Barren Hill brewery and more.

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This pop-up garden is open from noon to 10 p.m. from Monday through Thursday, noon through midnight on Friday, 2 p.m. through midnight on Saturday, and noon through 10 p.m. on Sunday.

Although you can hang out at the garden during those hours, seven days a week this summer, there are more limited hours for the food and drink at the garden. Food and drink will be served here from 5 p.m. through 10 p.m. on Monday through Thursday, 2 p.m. through midnight on Friday and Saturday, and noon through 10 p.m. on Sunday. 

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