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The Conservatory Land Pinterest competition.

Pinterest Competition Winners

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The ConservatoryLand Pinterest competition – where you could win an overnight stay at The Chichester Hotel in Essex as well as tickets to the 2015 RHS Hyde Hall Flower Show – has now come to an end.

We’re pleased to announce the three main recipients of this prize, as well as the five runners-up who will each receive a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

Our thanks go to Laura for judging this competition – you can find her blogging over at www.mashtunandmeow.co.uk.

Take a look at all of the winning boards below, as well as what Laura had to say about each of them…

Main Winners

2x Tickets to the 2015 RHS Hyde Hall Flower Show – including overnight stay at The Chichester Hotel in Essex

Winner 1

Name: Caz Oliver
Pinterest Board: Click here
Why Laura chose this board: “I selected this board as I loved the unusual combinations of plants, and the little dens look like real havens!”

Winner 2

Name: Stacey Melia
Pinterest Board: Click here
Why Laura chose this board: “I loved the ‘grow-your-own’ focus of this one and the upcycling of everyday items to create a functional but pretty space.”

Winner 3

Name: Rachel Whatmore
Pinterest Board: Click here
Rachel’s Inspiration: “My dream summer garden would be a rustic country escape, with space for a potage and most importantly, wildlife friendly!”
Why Laura chose this board: “I choose this board as the emphasis on the garden is not only looking beautiful to humans, but it is also attractive to a variety of wildlife.”

 

Runners-Up

1x Beautiful Bouquet of Flowers

Runner-Up 1

Name: Caro Shrives
Pinterest Board: Click here
Caro’s Inspiration: “A garden is more than just flowers and shrubs. I love visiting shows and gardens and come away inspired by what I’ve seen.

Cottage garden and meadow planting is increasingly popular with garden designers which is great as this style of planting is good for beneficial wildlife and insects.

In my own garden, I’ve created a good mix of plants, fruit, herbs and veg which helps to control pests and plant diseases – as well as being attractive to bees, birds and butterflies!”

Runner-Up 2

Name: Cassie Greenacre
Pinterest Board: Click here
Cassie’s Inspiration: “The inspiration behind my board is the memory of a grandparents’ cottage garden as a child – with wildflowers, a grow-your-own veggie patch and tall blossomy flower beds.”

Runner-Up 3

Name: Emma Herian
Pinterest Board: Click here
Emma’s Inspiration: “My inspiration for the board was that feeling as you wander through a secret English garden, picking flowers for an evening of celebration, food, wine and good company all under a dreamy twinkling scene!”

Runner-Up 4

Name: Jess Wood
Pinterest Board: Click here
Jess’ Inspiration: “I was inspired by cottage-garden meets the wild-British countryside. With that in mind, I combined meadow textures with typical tumbling cottage garden plants, including wisteria, clematis, lavender and alliums. I hope to one day have a garden very much like it!”

Runner-Up 5

Name: Sue Wood
Pinterest Board: Click here

We were thrilled with all of the entries we received, take a look at the slideshow below to see stunning visuals of all the 26 entries we received…


Thanks to everybody who participated, please check back for more competitions soon!

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