"Sacre Potager" by Reford Gardens, photo by David Ohashi. "Sacre potager by Atelier Barda for the International Garden Festival, Les Jardins de Metis/Reford Gardens, QC leads visitors into a poetic fiction of the sacred side of garden and culinary heritage.
"Dinosaur Preserve" by Earthscape Ontario, photo by David Ohashi. "We created a space that would be both a sensory playground and a multi-generational amenity space. To capture your imagination we choose monstrously wild creatures: dinosaurs"
"Wild about Stone" by Near North, photo by David Ohashi. "We will be used natural stone in this outdoor living design. Visitors felt they were entering the outdoor living space of an estate home which was built on an old farm property, having the amenities of an urban outdoor kitchen, the feel of the country, and a taste of the wild."
"North of by Forestell Inc., photo by David Ohashi. "In our garden the wild landscape of the north is abstracted to create a designed space for living that challenges the conventional notion of what a garden needs be.
"wild/Life" by Shibui Landscaping for Re/Max, photo by David Ohashi. The intent of this intimate garden journey is to increase awareness of the potential essence of our ecological destination as we re-invent the "wild" back into our urban gardens and communities.
"Severance" by Victoria Taylor, Constant van Ruymbeke and Ecoman, photo by David Ohashi. "Our installation explores ideas of beauty and loss and cultural value. Severance takes the viewer on a journey through the vast agricultural garden that is southwestern Ontario's ever changing landscape."
"Wild Atlantic Way" by Landscapes by Lucin photo by David Ohashi. "The garden includes partners Air Canada Vacations, B & B Ireland, Shannon Heritage, Visit Derry and Air Canada Rouge. Working with Tourism Ireland to build a garden representing 'The Wild Atlantic Way'.
"Otium Exercise" by SG Design (Shawn Gallaugher) for Re/Max, photo by David Ohashi. "The theme 'Wild' inspired the design because exercising outdoors strengthens our connection to nature. It is a wildly innovative idea and a societal shift in the way we think of exercising."
"Wet, Wild and Canadian" by Genoscape, photo by David Ohashi. "A collaborative effort between Genoscape and Harrowsmith Gardening Digest, our garden represents a natural, untouched area that has been left to go wild. It has the relaxed wild look of a landscape that's familiar to Canadians everywhere."
"The Bateman Forest Trail" by Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds, photo by David Ohashi. "Nature is art, and Robert Bateman is Canada's greatest living nature artist. When Canada Blooms announced the 2014 them of "Wild", it was the perfect opportunity to celebrate our work with Bob and Canadian Wildlife Federation."
"Ontario's West Coast" by Town of Goderich, photo by David Ohashi. "Our garden design invites visitors to travel through an artistic ecosystem, exploring the garden in the 3 dimensions of sight, sound, and touch, to experience the landscape wonders of Huron County and the regrowth of a community."