We are looking for beautiful gardens from across the borough of Bury, with £100 voucher prizes up for grabs for budding gardeners.
Whether it's your own garden that you think is fantastic, or those belonging to neighbours, submit your entries now.
Our annual gardening competition is open to tenants and residents living in neighbourhoods managed by Six Town Housing across the borough of Bury; including Radcliffe, Prestwich, Whitefield, Tottington and Ramsbottom.
Winners in each category will pick up gardening vouchers, with the winner of the Young Gardener category receiving a mix of gardening and toy/book vouchers.
Nominations can be be submitted here after reading the entry criteria below.
The deadline for entries is the end of Thursday 4th July 2019. If you have not heard from us before Wednesday 10th July 2019 then please assume that you have not been shortlisted on this occasion. This year's judges will need access to the gardens of those shortlisted on Thursday 11th July 2019.
Best Individual Garden
Show us why your garden is something to proud of.
Most improved Garden
We’d love to see how you have transformed your garden (before and after pictures required).
Best Pots, Baskets and Small Spaces
Do you have impressive pots or window boxes? Have you used a small garden space to be creative? Show us your photos.
Best Communal Garden
Do you share your garden space with others? Live in flats or a sheltered scheme? Show us how your shared garden grows.
Best Young Gardener (aged under 16)
Do your children have a passion for gardening at home, school or in a youth club? Show us how they’ve made you proud.
Best Eco Friendly Garden
Do you reuse items as plant containers? Do you grow your plants from seed? Are you always composting? Have you created a space to attract wildlife? Tell us how you keep your garden “green.”
Best Edible Garden
Do you grow fruit, vegetables or herbs in your garden or part of a community kitchen or garden scheme? Send us your photos.
Do you know someone who helps others maintain their garden, or a community garden that is cared for by local people? Nominate individuals or groups and submit photos of their work.
Please enter here.