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Garden centre growing tall

TOTAL Gardens went under the judge's eye yesterday when Estelle Cornell judged the centre for the national competition for Best Small Garden Centre.

And owner Paul Worland is 'quietly confident'.

“We thought we'd go well in the State competition,” Mr Worland said.

“We just do the best we can.”

Total Gardens was recognised as the Best Small Garden Centre in NSW and ACT for the second year in a row. As a result they are now being judged in the national final to determine the best garden centres in Australia.

Owners Paul and Julie Worland believe that much of our success can be attributed to their fantastic customers who, with their encouraging words and constructive suggestions, motivate them to achieve even greater results.

The results of the national competition will be announced on February 19 at the National Conference in Canberra. Finalists will be treated to a gala dinner for the announcement.



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