|Mass Hort at the Flower Show|
Massachusetts Horticultural Society Exhibit "Eden on the Charles" wins four awards at the Boston Flower & Garden Show!
Romance in the Garden was the inspiration for this year’s sumptuous gardens, eye-popping displays and stimulating programming. Whether found in the fairytale elegance of a royal garden or the sleek and sexy site of a modern meet up, scenes of love and passion (for both people and plants) bloomed in the show landscapes and floral designs.
Massachusetts Horticultural Society’s exhibit, Eden on the Charles,
highlighted two love stories that took place at Mass Hort’s Elm Bank
Estate in Dover, MA, illustrating the show them of “Romance in the
Garden”. The exhibit’s design depicts the courtship of Ray and Betty
Frost canoeing down the Charles River at Elm Bank and stopping for a
picnic along the shore. Descendants and family of Mr. & Mrs. Frost
attended the show on Saturday, March 15 to see the exhibit that honored
Mass Hort design team, led by Landscape Institute/BAC designers Suzanne Higham and including Heather Heimarck (Landscape Institute Executive Director), Julia Esteves, Piera Sassaroli, with Jeff Dube and Bill Cuddy and Mass Hort staff David Fiske, Charlie Harris, and Clark Bryan did a superb job demonstrating landscape design and horticultural concepts.
Massachusetts Horticultural Society’s exhibit was designed to engage the public in the beauty of plants, gardens, and landscape design and to highlight the talents of landscape designers and green industry professionals in the practice and love of horticulture. (read more)
Amateur Competitions at the Flower Show