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Botanical Decorators wins two PLANET awards

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The company was awarded Grand Awards for two of its projects.

| November 26, 2012

OLNET, Md.– Botanical Decorators is proud to announce it has been awarded two Grand Awards for its Lloyds Lane and Alexandria Residence projects in the 2012 Environmental Improvement Awards Program sponsored by the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET).

The Lloyds Lane project showcases a designed Mediterranean landscape with a modern twist. One of the many technical aspects of the project included a 1,200 gal. rainwater harvesting system.

The “Alexandria Residence” featured a freeform infinity edge swimming pool tucked into a heavily wooded lot with a challenging grade change of more than 14 feet.

“Many of our jobs are large and complex, but we tackle smaller projects with the same commitment. We strive for great design and the installation of the finest products and materials in a professional manner. We work as a team with the common goal of creating landscapes that are refined, aesthetic, practical and functional and that enhance the lives of our valued clientele,” said Christopher J. Cahill, the owner of Botanical Decorators.


 

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