Lawn and Garden Contest

Get Ready to be a Lawn and Garden Contest Winner
The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association will sponsor the 2013 Lawn and Garden Contest this June. Every household in the Lindenwood Park Neighborhood is eligible for consideration. A team of former winners constitutes the judging committee.  Winners receive a gift certificate to an area business, a yard sign identifying them as a wbinner, pictures of their garden posted to the LPNA website and recognition at the September LPNA General Membership meeting.  Recognition categories include:
Best Overall Show
Best Container Garden
Best Backyard Garden
If you would like to be considered for recognition, please contact Janet Desnoyer at 314-644-2205.

 2012 Lawn and Garden Contest Winners

A committee of five judges toured the neighborhood looking for beautiful gardens and selected the following properties for recognition:

  • Denise Alvarez: Backyard Winner, 6600 block of Marquette
  • Ann Eveker: Beautiful Front Yard/Outstanding Window Boxes, 6600 block of Oleatha
  • Monica and Bob Hunyar: Backyard Winner, Certified Wildlife Habitat, 6600 block of Arsenal
  • Lisa and Larry Meyers: Backyard Winner, 6700 block of Oleatha
  • Judy Roman: Backyard Winner, 7000 block of Pernod
  • Tom McCarthy: Front Yard Borders Winner, 6600 block of Lindenwood

The lucky winners received gift certificates donated by local businesses. Thanks are due to:

Thanks are also due to the Judges who donated their time to identify the winning properties: Janet Desnoyer, Mary and Ed Knop, Bridget Rodriguez, and Aimee Wittman.

The winners have been invited to the September Neighborhood Association meeting so they can be publicly recognized. A display board with pictures of the winning properties will also be available at the September Neighborhood Association Meeting. It will then be moved to the Machacek Library for one month so that other neighborhood residents will have an opportunity to view it. We appreciate what each of the winners has done to beautify our neighborhood for residents and visitors alike.