Awards + Recognition


2014

  • Gardenista Considered Design Awards
Best Professional Landscape: Jones Road
Project: Jones RoadResidential Landscape Design Construction (half acre or more)- First Place



2012

  • Perennial Plant Association Landscape Award Program
Project: Pierre Laclede Center
“The Perennial Plant Association was pleased to present a Merit Award to Adam Woodruff for the 2012 PPA Landscape Award Program.  The color combinations were excellent and the judges' comments indicated that Woodruff's design was a great seasonal display.”  Steven Still, Executive Director, Perennial Plant Association

  • Marblehead Patch Readers' Choice Winner
Best Landscaper
  • The Garden Guru
An independent review of our work at the Bank of Springfield from 2004-2010.  "The Gardens at the Bank of Springfield is a masterpiece.  Adam Woodruff is a talented artist who uses colorful plant combinations as his medium. There is originality and vibrancy to his work and the powerfulness of his execution is rarely seen elsewhere."  Allan Becker


2011

  • Missouri Botanical Garden Plant of Merit Garden Recognition Program
Project: Pierre Laclede Center
"Adam Woodruff has been a great supporter of the Plants of Merit program. We value that attention and credit his effort to incorporate program ideas and plant selections into his landscape designs. As a leader in his field, he has demonstrated first-hand what can be done to diversify the landscape and create environments that promote well-being."  Steven D. Cline, Ph.D., Manager, Kemper Center for Home Gardening, Missouri Botanical Garden
  • Saint Louis Magazine A-List Readers' Poll
Nominee

2009

  • Perennial Plant Association Landscape Award Program
Project: Gardens at the Bank of Springfield
The Perennial Plant Association was pleased to present an Honor Award to Adam Woodruff for the 2009 PPA Landscape Award Program. An Honor Award is the highest recognition given in the design program. Adam was in good design company as only three Honor Awards were selected from the 25 entries in 2009. Selected judges comments about the Bank of Springfield design included, "You adapted the design to the client's wishes, which speaks highly of the designer's skill" and "Impressive commercial display of perennials in both design concepts and plant choices".  Steven Still, Executive Director, Perennial Plant Association

  • Springfield In Bloom
Project:  Bank of Springfield Stevenson Drive facility
Business Makeover- 2nd place

2008

  • Springfield-Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission "Great Streets-Great Neighborhoods" Project
Project: Gardens at the Bank of Springfield


2007

  • Missouri Botanical Garden Plant of Merit Garden Recognition Program
Project: Gardens at the Bank of Springfield

  • Springfield In Bloom
Project:  Gardens at the Bank of Springfield
Hall of Fame
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