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3D Designs of Daffodil Place

One of my favorite people in the world, Tom Lacey, has worked tirelessly for Daisy Design to add 3D renderings to our portfolio.  And the first design proved to be pretty challenging. The learning curve was admittedly a little steep but worth it.

We have been working with Daffodil Place in St. John's, NL; a home away from home for cancer patients and their families. 

This garden will a place for peace and refuge for the temporary residents as they go through some trying times.  The Newfoundland Cancer Society has already begun fundraising and I will post links later on how you can help.


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Reader Comments (3)

Creating a healing garden is one of the most virtuous acts a garden designer can perform. The design for Daffodil Place is beautiful. I hope you will share its progress and its completion after funding is in place.

September 20, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterallanbecker-gardenguru

Love the work for Daffodil place. As an avid follower, I can't wait to see the finished product. What a treasure for the province!
The outdoor classroom is phenomenal - do I detect early Roman Empire influences? The softscaping will really be the jewel in the crown.

Please keep up with your inspirational work!

January 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCrazymasterfunk

Thank you both for your wonderful comments! I am quite anxious to softscape the Outdoor Classroom. Getting the material donated is probably not an issue. Getting everything planted on a tight budget is my concern!

Daffodil Place is very dear to my heart and will be a 2-3 year install. I will definitely post progress pictures!


February 7, 2012 | Registered CommenterJeannette French

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