Awbury Partners, Tenants, and Affiliates

As a community not-for-profit organization, building relationships with local organizations and businesses is a vital part of Awbury’s mission and operations. Awbury is proud of the relationships it has built with so many creative and caring people, organizations, programs, opportunities and efforts over the years.


❦ Belk Gardens

❦ Black and Planted

❦ Fuugs Woodworking

❦ GREAT (Germantown Residents for Economic Alternatives Together)

❦ PA Flax Project

❦ Peachtree Catering and Events

❦ Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild

❦ Philadelphia Gardens

❦ Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers

❦ Philly Goat Project

❦ Tiny House of Happiness

❦ Weavers Way Co-Op

Professional Affiliates:

❦ American Public Gardens Association

❦ BEETLES Philadelphia

❦ City Harvest (Pennsylvania Horticultural Society)

❦ G-Town Radio

❦ Garden Club of Philadelphia

❦ Greater Philadelphia Gardens

❦ Historic Germantown – Freedom’s Backyard

❦ Natural Lands Trust

❦ Penn State Extension, College of Agricultural Science

❦ Philadelphia Water Department

❦ Primex Garden Center

❦ Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership

❦ Vickers Tree Service

Program Partners:

❦ Awbury Community Garden Club

❦ Bluebird Society of Pennsylvania

❦ Emlen Elementary School

❦ Germantown Friends School

❦ Karen Singer Tileworks

❦ Lest We Forget Slavery Museum

❦ Let’s Go Outdoors

❦ Lingelbach Elementary School

❦ Longwood Gardens

❦ Monarch Watch

❦ Philadelphia Orchard Project (POP)

❦ William Rowen Elementary School

❦ Wild Foodies of Philadelphia

❦ Wissahickon Charter School

Neighborhood Stakeholders:

❦ Awbury Arboretum Neighbors Association

❦ Cliveden Hills Association

❦ East Mt. Airy Neighbors Association

Awbury Arboretum Is Proud to Be Part of:



America’s Garden Capital

Did you know Philadelphia IS America’s Garden Capital? With more than 30+ public gardens, arboreta, and historic landscapes all located within 30 miles, the Greater Philadelphia region has more gardens in close proximity than anywhere else on the continent

See all of the gardens that make this distinction possible at

Historic Germantown

Historic Germantown is a partnership of 18 extraordinary Philadelphia houses, destinations, and museums.

In Historic Germantown you can experience the very roots of American liberty as you learn the stories of those who fought for it and dared to dream of freedom for all people.

Located just minutes from Center City, Historic Germantown is where Philadelphia’s only Revolutionary War Battle was fought. It is where the first-ever American protest against slavery was written. And it is where one of the few remaining houses on the Underground Railroad still stands. You definitely don’t want to miss the full experience.

For more details about Historic Germantown, take a look at Freedom’s Backyard.