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Wentworth Outdoors

Elementary School Students Help Design New Playground

What is your favourite childood memory? Was it sitting in your rec room watching tv all day or was it going to the park to catch frogs in the stream? Maybe it's climbing your favourite tree in your yard and seeing how much highter you can get each time? What about going outside after it rains to make mud pies and try to tell your parents it's chocolate? Whatever it may be we bet your favourite childhood memories took place outside. And that's the fuel that drives the Come Alive Outside.

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Attract Butterflies with These 5 Summer Blooms

Summer is here and with it come the beautiful flowers, colours, and fluttering butterflies and bees buzzing all around! Here are five of our favourite summer blooming perennials that can all be paired together for a stunning pollinator garden.

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Wentworth Landscapes wins provincial awards

Wentworth Landscapes has earned provincial honours! Breathtaking design and master craftsmanship in landscape construction, maintenance and design projects were recognized at Landscape Ontario Horticultural Trades Association’s Awards of Excellence Ceremony, held January 9, 2018.

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Canada C3 Visits the County

In celebration of Canada's Bicentennial the Canada C3 ship is on a 150 day expedition. Last weekend they stopped in our home, Prince Edward County.

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Awards of Excellence

2016 was a year of growth and business development for our growing Wentworth family and it's successes were celebrated last night at the Awards of Excellence ceremony.

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Celebration Games

With the end of 2016 upon us members of our Design Team, Tara and Jay, brought us all together for the first (hopefully annual) Celebration Games. Six teams, three teammates, and six tearfully funny games.

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Come Alive Outside Design Challenge

Wentworth Landscapes is hosting teams of landscape architecture and design students from various colleges and universities to participate in a design charrette with elementary and high school studets to create initial concepts for a natural play area at Massassaga-Rednersville Public School and the adjoining HUB Child Care Centre.

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