I found out that one of my projects is a finalist in the 2014 Gardenista Considered Design Awards. I need your help. The winner is chosen by readers of the blog. Would you please take a few moments to go to the site:http://www.gardenista.com/the-2014-gardenista-considered-design-awards and select Best Professional Landscape from the drop down menu? You can then cast your vote for my garden (Adam Woodruff & Associates) in Girard, IL. One entry is allowed per day through August 8th. So feel free to vote daily if you are inclined.
I spent a few days in Chicago this week celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Lurie Garden. Click on the photo to link to a Flickr album for more photos.
Photo credit: Adam Woodruff
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Fine Gardening magazine arrived today! I contributed a regional report, “Alternatives to problem plants”. My picks- European privet, Purple loosestrife and Cannas. Want to know my alternatives? Pick up a copy of Fine Gardening at newsstands today.
APLD’s re-designed and re-imagined quarterly publication, The Designer, launched Saturday. It is a free publication. I am proud to be a part of the magazine. My Jones Road garden is the backdrop for the table of contents and I’ve written an article on one of my favorite plants, prairie dock. Go to http://issuu.com/apld/docs/apldthedesignerspring2014
Proud to be a part of the re-designed and re-imagined Spring 2014 issue of The Designer, APLD’s quarterly, digital only magazine. It will launch on March 15th. Don’t miss out on great content. Get a free subscription http://bit.ly/1jZ3r3d
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Last night I attended a reception at the Missouri History Museum for honorees of St. Louis At Home Magazine’s Architect & Designer Awards. It was a fun evening with friends and colleagues. I am thrilled to share that my Jones Road project was selected by a distinguished panel of national judges including: Barbara Barry, Jeffrey Bilhuber, Marlon Blackwell, Michael Boodro and Peter Pennoyer for First Place in the category of Residential Landscape Design Construction (half acre or more).