Co-sponsored by the American Society of Landscape Architects and Garden Design magazine, this program puts a spotlight on today's most outstanding designs and designers of home gardens. It is open to residential gardens designed by landscape architects. (Other professional designers, as well as amateurs, are invited to enter Garden Design's Golden Trowel program; details will be announced in our next issue.)
Winning gardens will be presented in the pages of Garden Design magazine and special publications and on the Garden Design Web site, as well as in Landscape Architecture magazine and on the ASLAWeb site.
ENTRY FORM: Please complete and mail by February I0,2006,to Garden Design Magazine, 460 N.OrlandoAve., Suite 200,Winter Park,FL 32789.
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■ ASLA/Garden Design Residential Design Awards: Open to landscape architects. Return this form and entry fee of $250 forASLA members, $500 for nonmembers (payable to ASLA Fund), by February 10, 2006.A binder to contain your completed entry and directions for filling it out will be mailed to you; deadline for returning completed binders is February 24, 2006. For details on entries and eligibility, see www.asla.org.You may also enter the program following instructions on the ASLA Web site. I Disclaimer: All materials become property of World Publications LLC, may be used in print and electronic formats in perpetuity, and will not be returned. Photographers will not necessarily be credited upon publication and will not necessarily receive remu-neration.By your entering this contest,World Publications assumes you have rights to all provided images and have granted Garden Design magazine all rights to publish said images at the magazine's discretion.
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How would you like to save a ton of money and increase the value of your home by as much as thirty percent! If your homes landscape is designed properly it will be a source of enjoyment for your entire family, it will enhance your community and add to the resale value of your property. Landscape design involves much more than placing trees, shrubs and other plants on the property. It is an art which deals with conscious arrangement or organization of outdoor space for human satisfaction and enjoyment.