Mobile Plant Design Company Wins Design Awards In I-Plants Magazine’s 2019 International Design Contest

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Mobile, Ala. - Publisher of I-Plants Magazine, Johnson Fediw Associates, has announced the winners of the 2019 International Design Contest. A local Mobile plantscaping company, Heroman Services Plant Company, has a long standing reputation for excellence and took home 4 awards in the contest. The company was awarded for:

The Lodge at Gulf State Park, A Hilton Hotel, Gulf Shores, AL– Interior & Exterior Plants and Containers

The Grand Hotel Golf Resort & Spa, Autograph Collection, Point Clear, AL – Interior & Exterior Plants and Containers – Moss Wall Art

The Lodge at Gulf State Park, A Hilton Hotel, Gulf Shores, AL – Christmas Design & Holiday Decorating

Villa de Plantas, Pensacola, FL – Exterior Container Gardens

The annual design contest was judged by a panel of 4 experts in the field of horticulture and design. Rich Batcho, an award-winning special events designer and President of Batch-O Blooms; Mary Golden, Executive Director of Green Plants for Green Buildings and President of Golden Group; Joe Zazzera, Founder of Plant Solutions; and Nerida Hills, President of Neria’s Interior Plantscaping in Australia. Each of the entries were judged on the uniqueness and innovation of their plant designs in Mobile; innovative use of materials; appropriateness for the space; and satisfaction of the client.

“These projects are unique for their design and use of materials. This team really thought outside the box to bring their clients and their visitors something truly special,” says Kathy Fediw, LEED AP ID+C, CLP, CLT, publisher of I-Plants Magazine. “These innovative projects are an inspiration to others in the design industry and really showcase what can be done with live plants, Moss Wall Art, designer containers and creative holiday work. We are very proud to recognize their talents and to celebrate the fresh and innovative design work that they are bringing to their clients and their communities.”

Heroman Services Plant Company has been a family owned and operated company for over 180 years and are no stranger to the winner’s circle. The team has been recognized as a Top 25 Company Nationwide and received over 2 dozen awards for their plants designs across the Gulf Coast.

“Our talented team of Horticulturists and Designers never cease to amaze us with their talent and dedication to exceeding our client’s expectations. Sharing these International awards with our entire staff and with our clients, who make it all possible, is truly a pleasure. We are very grateful for this recognition,” states owner, Deborah Heroman.

For more information on Heroman Services or to schedule a consultation, interested parties can visit their website at www.heromanservices.com or call (251) 607-6787.

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For more information about Heroman Services Plant Company - Mobile, contact the company here:

Heroman Services Plant Company - Mobile
Pat Heroman
(251) 607-6787
MobileALPlants@gmail.com
3601 N Davis Hwy Pensacola, FL 32503

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