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A competition for a garden design!
This is a competition to design a family-friendly garden, based on an 8m x 8m flat site, which may be viewed by visitors from 2 or 3 sides. A backdrop should be considered. It may include an area of excavation but it should be no deeper than 0.5m.
The competition is not open to professional garden designers or gardeners – only amateurs. To qualify as an amateur, individuals should not earn more than 50% of their annual income from garden design and/or gardening and should not hold a formal garden design qualification.
There’s a list of things you’re not allowed and a list of plants you can use!
I’m quite tempted although I have never tried anything like this before!
With the guardian
Send photos of your garden to
email@example.com or post them to us at Reader Gardens, Garden Answers, Media House, Lynch Wood, Peterborough, PE2 6EA. All those published will receive one years worth of natural, environmentally friendly pest control products from Nemasys!
Enter this garden competition just by emailing – details at the bottom of the page
This competition closes at 23.59 on 13.11.11.
Big Wildlife Garden competition!
Entry is free, and prizes will include a year’s membership of both the Royal Horticultural Society, and your local Wildlife Trust, plus attendance at a wildlife gardening masterclass at the Hampton Court Flower Show.
200 words maximum and 2-6 photos needed. The deadline is 20 May 2012.
Small Residential – (Assume your garden is small if it is 50 sq m in size, the
size of approximately four car parking spaces)
Large Residential (Assume your garden is large if it is more than 50 sq m in size,
larger than approximately four car parking spaces.)
New Residential – If you live in a new house that was completed in the past
two to three years, within a larger development of houses, then this category
is for you. Chances are your garden may have started off as, or still be, a
blank canvas. There may be a bit of lawn or even just soil. It’s what
you do to improve it that will make a difference to wildlife.
Any school, college or nursery garden managed with wildlife in mind can enter.
Are you involved with a garden collectively managed by a group of people in
your community? For example, a street or neighbourhood garden, a garden for
a place of worship or for a prison? If so then this category is for you.
Many businesses own land. Do you have a wildlife garden – or better still,
could you create a new one? If so, this category will be for you.