Winners of the 2012 Hall of Horror Tree Blooper Contest

  • Winners of the 2012 Hall of Horror Tree Blooper Contest

     Kate Forrer updated 8 years ago 1 Member · 1 Post
  • Kate Forrer

    Organizer
    November 7, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    At Vermont’s Tree Steward Conference on October 20, 2012, the winners of our Hall of Horrors contest were selected. The winners represent the best tree bloopers we don’t ever want to see again- BEWARE – They are very scary!

     

    The contest will run again in 2013 so be on the lookout for tree bloopers over the next year. You don’t have to attend the conference to enter (though it’s worth it just to see the display of tree abnormalites). We hope by sharing these horrors, we can help stop them from appearing in our communities.

     

    Congratulations to the Winners of the

    1st Annual Hall of Horrors Tree Blooper Contest!

     deadlliest

    Deadliest- First Place            

     

    Crown Royal bottle absorbed into tree

     

    Submitted by: Brian Sullivan, Burlington, VT

      

    Ugliest- First Place                                         

     

    Street tree with exposed roots 

     

    Submitted by: Sue Lovering, Johnson, VT

      

     

    Against All Odds- First Place

     

    Maple hanging on by a thread in Fairfax sugar bush
     

    Submitted by: Kelly Wakefield, Fairfax, VT

     

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