Trail Garden Contest 2015 Winners

Who took the top prizes for their green, gorgeous gardens?

BEST RESIDENTIAL GARDEN

Buena/Raymond Hughes 3330 Dahlia Crescent

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1st Place Newly Established

Darcee O’Hearn 2451 McBride Ave

2nd Place Newly Established

Terry/Shirley Moon  2555 Albert Drive

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1st place First Time Entry

Bev Morris 8512 Hwy 22A

2nd Place First Time Entry

Amanda Moretti 31 Hazelwood Dr

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1st Place Container Garden

Toni Driutti  27 Hazelwood Drive

2nd Place Container Garden

Linda Scott  115 Lerose St

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1st Place Whimsical

Gail Winters 710 Binns Street

2nd Place Whimsical

Lyn/Dave Sturgeon  1958 4th Ave

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1st Place Edible

Paul/Kip Tracanelli 190 Reservoir Road

2nd Place Edible

Francesco Dattolo 1529 Main Street

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1st Place Beds and Borders

Buena/Raymond Hughes 3330 Dahlia Crescent

2nd Place Beds and Borders

Alba/Mario Vellutini  2470 Albert Drive

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1st Place Garden Architecture

Annette Gallatin

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Children’s Garden

Edwin and EvaLynn Moretti

Taya Cox

Charlie O’Hearn Stone

 

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