Held at the Seaport World Trade Center

March 14 - 18, 2012


The designs by our talented Acton Garden Club members!

Thelma Shoneman -

Her entry in the Duo Design class entitled "Two-Faced" required 2 designs back to back in the same container. Each design was judged separately by a different panel of judges.

In the "Pretentious" Design (left) I used Monstera leaves, black Ti leaves enhanced with wire wrapped lily grass, and red Anthurium.

On the " Sincere" side (right) I also used trimmed Monstera leaves, white Gerbera Daisies, "Broccoli" carnations and white Hypericum berries. Insulation foam for pipes painted black was twisted throughout the design and could be seen from both sides


Maureen Christmas -
Her entry in the Duo Design class entitled "Two-Faced" required 2 designs back to back in the same container. Each design was judged separately by a different panel of judges.

Rose side is "Sincerity" (left),

Orchid side is "Pretentious" (right)


Laura Lindop -
Her entry was in the 'Up Tight' A Parallel Design class


Maureen Christmas -
"Egocentric" An Invitational Design promoting Massachusetts Horticultural Society's Amateur Competitions. Plant material includes Florigene carnations, Picasso calla lilies, wired lily and bear grass.
Joan Gardner, Janet Richards, and Ann Leary -
'Ethel Merman' table setting -

Noreen Rowe, Susanne Fuller, and Jill Foster -
Their design was in Division II - "Shall We Dance category" to Bolero a functional table for two-the design was done in two containersjoined at an angle. The flowers used were spray roses in mango orance Protea and pincushion Prtea, Galax leaves, Flax, calla lilly, carnation and chrysanthemum -colors were sensual and a lovely purple table cloth (made by Susanne) over an under layer of gray pearl, fiesta ware and fun napkins.




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