10 East Broad Street
April 15 and 16, 2011
History Blooms in Savannah
When Savannah was settled in 1733, Trustee’s Garden was established as an experimental farm. Bringing the Expo to such an historic place begs that the competitions incorporate not only indigenous flora and fauna, but also Savannah’s historic color palette. Stories of local historic colors range from social caste to voodoo lore; therefore, the competition entries should also focus on historic colors. Some examples are: Haint Blue, Chatham Gold, Tabby White, Tomochichi Red, and Winter Marsh. It is possible that the history of the colors alone may be the primary inspiration of the window box or container created!
Exhibition Garden Competition
Competing for certificates of distinction in several categories, exhibition garden designers are limited only by their imaginations as they design gardens that will delight the senses and showcase their talents.
Whether you’re an amateur gardener or a more experienced gardening enthusiast, these gardens will serve to inspire you!
Container Garden Competition
This unique competition offers visitors a wealth of new ideas as they work with a provided basket to create a harmony of floral and fauna.
Window Box Competition
Ingenuity reigns as competitors celebrate the beauty of flowers with creatively planted window boxes, each with their own distinct style and personality. The window boxes are up for silent auction. Don’t forget to place your bid!
Prize money and certificates of distinction are awarded.
Are you interested in competing in one of our events? Entry forms may be downloaded below. Email Stephanie Stroud for more information.
Competition Entry Forms
For Exhibition Garden Competition rules and entry form click here.
For Window Box and Container Garden Competition rules and entry form click here.