Sutton in Bloom 2018
If you have a beautifully planted, bright and cheerful front garden, community garden, business frontage, allotment garden or school garden, then show off your floral display and enter Sutton in Bloom by Friday 15 June 2018.
The winners will be invited to an awards ceremony this July and the best entries may also be invited to represent Sutton at the prestigious London in Bloom competition.
Best Front Garden
We are looking for the best private residential front garden in Sutton. The judges will be looking for an attractive garden layout with a colourful display featuring any combination of hard landscaping, good quality bedding, herbaceous plants, shrubs, trees and lawns. Entries in this category must be visible to the passer-by and can include gardens with plants in pots and hanging baskets.
Best Community Garden
Awarded to either a group of gardens, frontages of buildings or area of ground where the displays have been created specifically for the shared benefit and enjoyment of others. This may include a street, square, close, cul-de-sac, community project, or the gardens of a care home, community centre of place of worship. The judges will be looking for displays which are well designed, provide an array of colour and encourage wildlife. Only one nomination per street, group of gardens or project.
Best Business Frontage
An opportunity for the owners of pubs, hotels, leisure facilities and business premises that take a pride in their buildings to be recognised for bringing a splash of colour to the neighbourhood with hanging baskets and eye-catching planting schemes.
Best Allotment Garden
There are numerous allotment plots throughout the borough and many are packed with tasty vegetables and colour from an array of stunning, sweet smelling blooms. This category aims to celebrate and reward those hardworking gardeners who achieve excellent crops and beautiful plots.
Best School Garden
This popular award as part of Sutton in Bloom aims to encourage and reward the efforts of youngsters involved in planting and maintaining a specific school garden or planting area as part of their curriculum or a gardening club. The judges will be looking for good design, use of plants and shrubs, the role of the garden as part of school life and its impact on the environment.
The best entries are invited to represent Sutton at the prestigious London in Bloom competition.