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Southern Living Plant Collection Reveals Landscape Makeover Contest Winner



Tara Henley
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Georgetown resident receives custom landscape plan and plants for their home

Loxley, AL – May 15, 2012  Susan Beckman of Georgetown, South Carolina is the lucky winner of the Southern Living Plant Collection Landscape Makeover Contest.  Susan will receive a custom landscape plan from Get More Curb Appeal along with a plant giveaway from the Southern Living Plant Collection.

Chosen among 26,000 entries, Susan won the Landscape Makeover consisting of $2,500 in plants from the Southern Living Plant Collection. The collection started in 2008 and has quickly become an invaluable resource for gardeners with specific landscape challenges. All of the Southern Living Plant Collection plants Susan will receive will be chosen specifically for her yard.

Get More Curb Appeal, specializing in exterior home makeovers and landscape plans, will work with Susan to better understand her landscape vision. Together they will create Susan’s custom landscape plan, a $495 value, along with the plants recommended from the Southern Living Plant Collection.


About Southern Living® Plant Collection
Southern Living® Plant Collection, first introduced in Spring 2008, provides gardeners with innovative new plants designed to solve specific landscape challenges and to excel in Southern gardens. Each plant in the collection is the result of years of plant evaluations, plant trials and research. For more information visit, www.southernlivingplants.com

About Get More Curb Appeal
Get More Curb Appeal, LLC, is the only online design service that offers both exterior home makeovers and landscape plans. For a fraction of the cost required by an architect, residential designer, or landscape architect, the company creates customized plans that any builder, remodeler, or landscape installer can follow. Get More Curb Appeal and its four partners collectively share 41 years of experience working at Southern Living magazine and have backgrounds in horticulture, residential design, and gardening.