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Discover the Bonpland Prize winners

Discover the Bonpland Prize winners

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For more than 20 years, the Bonpland Prize has recognized exemplary gardens in their design and gardening practices. This annual competition created by the SNHF (Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France) and supported by the Jardiland Institute is an opportunity to promote the creation or restoration of pleasure gardens by amateur gardeners. It therefore rewards initiatives that serve as an example and that every budding gardener can make their own. The prize winners also undertake, for the sake of sharing know-how, to open their garden to visitors.

A very "Feminine-Masculine" 2013 edition

This year, 18 gardens in 12 regions of France were in the running on the theme "Feminine-Masculine". An original way of exploring the seldom harmless, sometimes complex, often complementary, always enriching relationships between the male and the female in the garden. During the Courson Plant Days, Friday, October 19, 2012, the public was able to discover the winners of this edition.

Here is the list of award-winning gardens

1er Bonpland Prize:
The garden of Mas Maury-Haut

Photo credit: Nicole Boschung

2th Bonpland Prize ex aequo:
The garden of Caradec

Photo credit: Mr. and Mrs. Kerbart

Mr. and Mrs. Zyngfogel's garden

Photo credit: Frédéric Pernel

2013 “Garden in the Making” Prize:
Camille They's garden

Photo credit: Camille They

To find out more about the Bonpland Prize and participate in the 2014 edition: SNHF

Laetitia Devillars

Photo credit A: SNHF / Mas Maury - Nicole Boschung

October 2012

Video: 2020 nobel prize winners (July 2022).


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