Our design: A rooftop Flower Garden
 

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Nancy Mellen with her alma mater, the Garden Design School, wins 5 awards at the 2012 Boston Flower Show

The exhibit at the Garden Design School USA booth won an amazing 5 Awards!
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The flower show team, five graduates of the Boston Garden Design School, "worked tirelessly to produce their show garden, and something of this standard and level of creativity rightly deserve the recognition received... What a start to five very promising careers!"

Recipient of 5 prestigious awards from the Boston Flower and Garden Show 2012—something of a record for over 30 years.

  • New England Chapter Association of Professional Landscape Designers Award for the most beautiful home landscape designed with clarity and spatial awareness, attention to scale, unified and harmonious use of regional hardscape and plant materials with good transition between elements, low maintenance, and environmentally responsible.
  • Landscape Design Council of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Inc. Award 1 for excellence in landscape design in a professional garden exhibit of less than 1,000 square feet.
  • New England Nursery Association Award presented to the exhibit that best utilized a range of New England native plants, and their cultivars, in a visually appealing and environmentally sensible setting.
  • Emily Seaber Parcher Award presented by the Landscape Design Council of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Inc. for excellence in landscape design of a naturalistic garden smaller than 1,000 square feet.
  • Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources Ribbon presented by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources to the most outstanding display by a student group in the Boston Flower and Garden Show.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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