Nashville Landscapers Participate in the 2010 Antiques and Garden Show

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Monarch Landscape Company of Nashville, TN has announced their participation in the 2010, 20th annual, Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville. Monarch Landscape Company will be creating a garden setting based around spiral shapes.

Monarch Landscape Company of Nashville, TN has announced their participation in the 2010, 20th annual, Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville. The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville has for 18 successive years provided funding for the Exchange Club Charities, Inc., which serves to provide continuing preservation of the Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art and focuses on serving the community with a concentration on children.

Monarch Landscape Company is spearheaded by Adam Chesney, who boasts 15 years experience in the field of Horticulture and a Science Degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Berry College. Monarch Landscape Company's ambition is to provide clients with the best customer service possible with a goal of creating lasting relationships. This dedication led to Monarch’s largest maintenance client winning the prestigious award for Davidson County Best Overall Lawn and Garden in 2003.

With this year’s Antiques and Garden Show theme being “The Shape of Things,” Monarch Landscape Company will be creating a garden setting based around spiral shapes (Garden #4: Spirals). It will be focused on inspirations of the past in conjunction with modern beauty and consciences of resources. According to Troy B. Marden, Monarch Landscape Company will be “combining classic design and cutting edge plants with advances in modern paving, low-pressure and drip irrigation systems and energy efficient lighting” to create a horticultural masterpiece that will inspire one to, “look forward to The Shape of Things to Come.”

In conjunction, Troy B. Marden who is also the co-host of NPT's “Volunteer Gardener,” will be discussing landscaping and the shape of things to come as part of The Antiques and Garden Show's “Ask an Expert” the final day of this exciting event. The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville will be held February 10th through the 13th at the Nashville Convention Center.

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