Bury in Bloom’s 60 volunteer judges will be walking around the town to look at all the town’s front gardens between Monday and Sunday, July 16 and 22.
Front gardens big and small, pots, window boxes and hanging baskets – all are eligible for a Certificate of Merit.
A good choice of plants, well-displayed and well-maintained, is the only requirement, no entry is necessary.
A certificate will be put through the door if the garden qualifies.
Elizabeth Clement, Certificates of Merit co-ordinator said: “We know how residents love to receive a certificate as it show how we appreciate the hard work they have put into their gardens, we also have a Highly Commended Rosette which given to those gardens that make a significant impact on their neighbourhood.”
Pictured above is Elizabeth Clement, Certificate of Merit co-ordinator; Matthew Adnett, Langton Place; Melanie Lesser, Bury in Bloom co-ordinator.