Kingsville Landscaper Wins Best in Show

CONTEST: Find out how you can win tickets to the Maryland Home and Garden Show by putting your movie knowledge to the test.

Do you fancy yourself more of a green thumb or a film buff? At the 2013 Maryland Home and Garden Show, attendees can be both.

The show is in full swing at the Maryland State Fairgrounds this weekend, and this year's theme is "Film in Flowers," with extraordinary garden designs on display inspired by popular Hollywood movies.

Kingsville landscaper Lehnoff's Landscaping  took home the prize for Best in Show for its film-inspired creation. It was the first time in the show's history that a debutant landscaper claimed first place.

Watch the video for a closer look at Lehnoff's design.

Also featured in the garden show this weekend is Perry Hall's own Porter Landscaping, which assembled a gorgeous Asian-themed garden that is featured in our gallery. Speaking of the gallery...


Patch is giving you the chance to get into the Maryland Home and Garden Show for free.

The gallery here features eight of the 16 gardens on display inside of the Cow Palace showroom.

To win the two (2) tickets, guess the films that inspired the gardens featured in our gallery. Take your best guess in the comments section below. The first person to guess all eight correctly will win two tickets for this weekend, March 9-10. The show opens on Friday at 6 p.m. and runs through the weekend.

If no one can guess all eight correctly, whoever has the most correct by 4 p.m. on Friday, March 8, will win.

Tickets will be available for pickup at will-call.

Good luck!

Deneen March 09, 2013 at 10:25 PM
No clue. Heard of it before. lol. Took a shot! lol
Gabriel March 11, 2013 at 02:24 AM
It's already all over the local news.......Lehnhoff's won.
Nick DiMarco March 11, 2013 at 02:28 AM
And those guys were really cool, too. I spoke with two of the representatives two weekends ago. I lament not getting there when they were setting it up. It was truly impressive to see the Lord of the Rings design in its entirety. - ND
Rosemary Hesse April 21, 2013 at 02:49 AM
On the old Patch, I was able to seek domestic help by posting a request. Or I could list an item I had for sale. Why has that function been removed. Please e-mail your answer to luvantiquing@hotmail.com. Thank you.
Rosemary Hesse April 21, 2013 at 02:52 AM
I used to view this media as being in touch with your neighbors and enlisting thier (paid) help. Not always financially prepared to hire the BIG boys to get some work done around the house. I.e. Yard work or small handyman jobs.


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