This year’s competition categories

The categories are:

1. BEST SMALL FRONT GARDEN
(Under 15 sq metres)
2. BEST LARGE FRONT GARDEN
(Over 15 sq metres)
3. BEST COMMERCIAL GARDEN
(Public house, restaurant, shop, café, business, hotel/
guest accommodation/self catering/caravan sites)
4. BEST SENIOR CITIZEN COMPLEX
(Private and public sector, healing and meditative gardens)
5. BEST YOUNG PEOPLE INITIATIVE
(Schools/youth groups)
6. BEST COMMUNITY FLORAL PROJECT
(Community groups, parish or town councils, high streets, church grounds)
7. BEST SMALL TOURIST ATTRACTION GARDEN
(Free to enter and paid admission attractions are eligible)
8. BEST LARGE TOURIST ATTRACTION GARDEN
(Free to enter and paid admission attractions are eligible)
9. BEST CREATIVE USE OF A SMALL SPACE
(Window box, balcony, hanging basket, recycled objects as containers, vertical planting)
10. BEST WATER FEATURE
(Garden area surrounding the water feature/pond/fountain only)
11. BEST EDIBLE GARDEN
(Mix of flowers, vegetables and herbs)
+ Overall winner of The Peggy Jarman Trophy

Sponsors & Partners

Visit Isle of Wight, the destination management organisations for the Island and Red Funnel, the Isle of Wight specialist are this year’s main sponsors. We are also delighted to announce that the Isle of Wight County Press is our media sponsor, and Liz Earle Cosmetics are one of the fantastic Island based companies sponsoring the awards.

If you would like to request a sponsorship pack and learn about how Wight in Bloom can promote your business, please email the coordinator on bloom@visitwight.org 

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