Guest Judges of the 2014 Considered Design Awards by

Issue 24 · Scandi Midsummer · June 17, 2014

Guest Judges of the 2014 Considered Design Awards

Issue 24 · Scandi Midsummer · June 17, 2014

We're thrilled to announce a new addition to our awards program this year: a roster of garden- and design-world luminaries as guest judges. 

Each judge will review one contest category alongside the Gardenista editors and will choose up to five finalists for his or her category. After that, the winner will be chosen by you!

Click here for the Remodelista Judges, and see below for instructions on how to enter:

Above: Bob Vila, America's Handyman, is judging our Best Garden Shed or Outbuilding (Professional) category. Read more about Bob

Above: Landscape designer Judy Kameon is judge of our Best Outdoor Living Space category. Read more about Judy

Above: Writer and organic gardener Margaret Roach is judging our Best Edible Garden category. Read more about Margaret

Above: San Francisco nurserywoman Flora Grubb is judge of our Best Overall Garden (Amateur) category. Read more about Flora

Above: Textile designer Neisha Crosland is judging our Best Hardscape Project category. Read more about Neisha

Above: Isabelle Palmer, the Balcony Gardener, is judging our Best Small Garden (Amateur) category. Read more about Isabelle.

Rita Konig, Guest Judge of the 2014 Gardenista Considered Design Awards

Above: Interior designer and T Magazine European editor Rita Konig is judging our Best Professional Landscape category. Read more about Rita

How to Enter:

We've simplified the entry process. Write an overall design statement describing your project and submit up to six photos of the project, along with a separate caption for each photo. You may submit one project in each category for which you qualify. All projects will be published in the Gallery tab of the contest site within a few minutes of submitting. For each category, a guest judge will work with Gardenista editors to review all the entries and choose up to five finalists. After we announce our finalists, we will invite friends, family, and fellow Gardenista readers to cast their votes.  

See our contest Terms & Conditions and FAQ for more information. 

Enter the contest here.

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