PSRA Best Front Garden 2020: Nominees Requested!

As you may have read in an earlier post, the St Stephens Parish in Bloom competition has been cancelled this year, but luckily we decided to go ahead with our annual local competition, which of course needs your input and help.

We are seeking your support in sending us nominations for the PSRA Best Front Garden 2020 Competition. This year has been a difficult one so far but many have spent  increased time in their gardens and, as these gardens have given us all such pleasure, it would be great to recognise them.

So please, do get in touch with your nominations, which can be your own garden, a friend’s, or even a garden you passed on your daily walk! Photos and garden’s address are key. Always check first with the garden owner, as they may not want the attention, however gorgeous their work may be.

The first prize will be awarded the 2020 Champion’s Cup and a £50 voucher from Burstons

Here’s the other prizes: 2nd Prize £25 Burstons gardening voucher; 3rd Prize Burstons £10 gardening voucher

The closing date for nominations will be 10 July 2020.

Please send the address and name of persons and ideally, attach a photo of the garden to:  events@psra.org.uk. Thank you in advance for your help and we look forward to hearing from you.

Cheeky photo of your Editrix’s front garden. It’s not nearly as well-kept as the other marvels around the Village, so enter yours!

2 thoughts on “PSRA Best Front Garden 2020: Nominees Requested!

  1. As an amatuer gardener driving down through St Albans Watford Road, to see the many and varied gardens form St Albans CHiswell Green and Park Street, the variety of plants, their colours remains one of the great benefits of rural hertfordshire. The trees and the protection of our wildlife ibrings happiness and the habitat for birds often destroyed by builders and their engineers destroy – the beauty of thsi lovely county. The wisteria on Watford Road, the cherry blossoms – which suddenly appear is so uplifting and energising. The schrill and forthright bird calls, thie rmating and hatching of chicks reminds us how we need to work together for the benefit of all.

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