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Amy Studebaker Design
Gold Winner
100-200 square feet

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Joni Spear Interior Design
Gold Winner
Less than 100 Square Feet

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A leader in the St. Louis home-building industry for more than six decades, Kemp Homes was founded by Fred M. Kemp, an architect with a vision. Today, thousands of quality-built homes in innovative neighborhoods throughout the metro region reflect his belief that homes should be “designed to fit the natural environment of the land, emphasizing indoor-outdoor relationships.”

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If you ever needed a testimonial to the fact that landscapes are continually changing and evolving, you would find it in this Huntleigh garden. 

Covering more than two acres, the homeowner has always been hands-on working with Sherwood’s Forest Nursery and landscape designer Bill Minford to keep a basic outdoor core continually fresh and new. 

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Double the fun in your landscape by adding bicolor flowers. Using a bloom with multiple hues creates a color palette for your planting area and adds interest. Check out local landscapers' favorite color combos.

1. “Lil' Bang Daybreak Coreopsis is a long-blooming perennial providing a fantastic show of color summer through fall. Compact selection is great for the front of borders and mixed containers.” David Sherwood, Sherwood’s Forest.

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Enjoy beautiful flowers, perennials and shrubs from the Rocky Mountains and alkaline environs in the Heckman Rock Garden. The rock garden shares a special space with the Kassabaum Dwarf Conifer Garden in front of the Shoenberg Temperate House. 

Garden-goers are greeted by the Don Wiegand statue, Cora. Cora was installed in November 1993 and depicts a three-year-old girl whose pose conveys youth, innocence and spirituality. 

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