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Planterra Wins International Award for Detroit Green Wall Installations

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West Bloomfield, Michigan – Planterra picked-up two top awards from the American Association of

Horticulture’s (AmericanHort) International Plantscape Awards for installations of living and green walls

in Detroit. Planterra received the Platinum award for the green wall at the Townhouse Restaurant at

One Detroit Center and the Gold Award for the 18 x 12 foot living plant wall at Henry Ford Hospital in

Detroit’s New Center.

Planterra was among only 23 companies to receive this international award at the AmericaHort’s

Cultivate show in Columbus, Ohio.

“This award is as much an honor for Detroit as it is for Planterra. It underscores that Detroit’s

redevelopment is truly world class and Planterra is humbled to be part of it” says Shane Pliska, President

of Planterra.

Established in 1973, Planterra is a company committed to integrating nature and joy into everyday

living. Planterra is leader in providing plants, planters, seasonal décor and horticultural maintenance to

workplace interiors, hospitals and real-estate organizations. Planterra’s national accounts program

serves Fortune 500 companies by offering custom colors and signature plants, in consistent branded

designs for corporate locations throughout North America. More information can be found at


AmericanHort was formed in 2014 by the consolidation of the American Nursery & Landscape

Association and OFA – The Association of Horticulture Professionals. With a combined history of

220+ years, AmericanHort supports nearly 16,000 member and affiliated businesses that

include breeders, greenhouse and nursery growers, garden retailers, distributors, interior and

exterior landscape professionals, florists, students, educators, researchers, manufacturers, and

all of those who are part of the industry market chain. The horticulture industry's production,

wholesale, retail, and landscape service components have annual sales of $163 billion, and

sustain over 1,150,000 full- and part-time jobs. Our mission is to unite, promote, and advance

the horticulture industry through advocacy, collaboration, connectivity, education, market

development, and research. The association has offices in Columbus, Ohio for administration

and member services, and in Washington, DC to facilitate government relations and research



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