2014 Awards

The Cary Award for the garden that best uses plants that have earned the Cary Award, which are hardy plants ideal for the Northern landscape. O’Donal, Richard Young, Robins Nest Aquatics: “Storybook Trains”
The John Skillin First-Timers Award for the exhibit judged to have the best overall score among new exhibitors.  Campbells Landscape & Design: “A Pig Trail”
The Designers’ Task Award for the garden that best exhibits a landscape designed for the right plants in the right place. Dust of the Earth: “A Storybook Zen-sation”
The Hardscape Award for the best and most creative use of natural or commercial hardscape. Aronson Stonework: “Three Billy Goat Gruff”
The Kitchen Door Garden Award for the most creative use of vegetables, herbs and other useful plants. Cozy Acres Greenhouses: “Jack is our Hero”
The Lyle Littlefield Commemorative Award for the garden that best introduces new or under-used woody plants. O’Donals, Richard Young, Robins Nest Aquatics: “Storybook Trains”
The Melvin Estabrook Ingenuity Award for the most innovative techniques and attention to detail in exhibit construction. Dust of the Earth: ”A Storybook Zen-sation”
The Pierson Nurseries Award for the garden that best utilizes woody plants native to North America. Coastal Inc: “Hope of Narnia”
The Roger Luce Award for the garden that best utilizes new or underused herbaceous plants. N/A
The Best of Show Award to the exhibit receiving the greatest number of points from all judges. Cozy Acres Greenhouses: “Jack is our Hero”
People’s Choice Award for the exhibit receiving the most votes from flower show attendees. TBA

2014 Best in Show:
Cozy Acres Greenhouses, “Jack is our Hero”

Best in Show

Best in Show