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"Nature's Studio" wins Pacific Horticulture magazine award at 2014 Northwest Flower & Garden Show.

"Nature’s Studio,” a collaborative effort by Washington State Nursery & Landscape Professionals—King County Chapter, and Washington Association of Landscape Professionals, designed by Kirsten Lints, CPH, of Gardens ALIVE Design, received the 2014 Pacific Horticulture award at this year’s Northwest Flower & Garden show for its fully-developed design and brilliantly executed craftsmanship. PHS judges particularly commended the makers on their scope of plants—from a tower of shiitake mushrooms (!) to a tapestry of fragrant winter blooming shrubs, perennials, and trees—for the way they evoked a sense of place that felt very grounded in a Pacific Northwest forest.

Massive boulders and sensitive rock work set off the naturalistic and pristine water feature.

A pristine water feature replete with burbling waterfall, massive boulders, cedar snags and nurse logs, integrated with boldly-scaled rusty metal artwork led viewers around t...

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