The Chorleywood Parish Council is inviting people to be a part of the Chorleywood in Bloom’s front garden competition.
The Best Kept Front Garden Competition is new this year and it’s open to all village residents with colourful, well-landscaped, productive or wildlife front gardens.
Clerk to the council, Yvonne Merritt said: “We are looking for well-designed, well executed gardens that give pleasure to all who pass by and ideally have an impact throughout the year!”
Front gardens will be assessed on a number of criteria, these include a pleasing first impression; variety of plants or produce range, with few or no weeds; good planning in layout and selection of plants; tidy appearance; sustainable use of biodiversity, and a few more criteria.
There is no entry fee and gardens of any size, which are regularly maintained, can enter the competition, they do need to be visible from the road so that the judges can visit.
The categories for the competition are Best Front Garden; Best Planter, Planters, Window Box(es) or Hanging Baskets; Most productive garden; Best Kept Hedge and Children’s category.
The closing date for all entrants is Friday June 11, 2021.
Entry Forms can be downloaded from chorleywood-pc.gov.uk you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01923 285594.