Here are the judge’s comments and results.




Princes Road



No. 9


Garden planted with architectural plants in pots to include tree ferns make a low maintenance contemporary floral display.

No. 3


A well maintained garden using shrubs in pots to include Cordyline and Hydrangea.

No. 4


Architectural planting with traditional shrubs in pots make give seasonality.

No. 8


Rupert Bear tends the roses in this garden. Very nice it is too.




Hardings Lane



No. 1


Cottage style garden, well maintained with excellent array of planting giving an excellent display.

No. 14


Seasonal colour, lots of flower pots and well maintained.




Albert Road



No. 54


Contemporary front garden using random laid black paving and brickwork, punctuated with box ball hedging and planted in a traditional way. Good variety of plants and shrubs to include , Roses, Canna and ferns to give all year round seasonal interest.

No. 33


Garden laid on a diagonal using random laid sandstone paving. Planting needs time to mature but undoubtedly will look fantastic in the future.

No. 55


Red brick path with low maintenance puddled slate centre piece providing interesting colour and textures.

No. 38

Highly commended

A well maintained neat and tidy garden.

No. 35

Highly commended

A garden full of pots and geodes provide with varied plant choices make this garden visually very interesting and fun.




Edward Road



No. 62


Granite sett/pea shingle entrance planted in a cottage style with a good choice of plants and seasonality.

No. 70


The living arch will provides a spectacular focal point. Good choice of materials providing interesting colour and texture.

No. 83


A charming garden with a good choice of plants for seasonal colour.




Victor Road



No. 135


Lovely, low maintenance garden with interesting plants and textures. The use of flower pots give the garden structure and seasonal interest.

No. 126


A pretty cottage style garden using brick- on- edge to form a circular focal point.   A good array of planting to include Hydrangeas, Euonymus, Fuchsia, Roses and Pyracantha.

No. 108


A stunning display of planting to include Lavender, Fuchsia, and Hydrangea. Flower pots and window box give a beautiful floral display.

General Comments

Edward Road:  The communal flower beds in Edward Road provide welcoming displays of structural plants and seasonality.

There’s no excuse for next year!!!! With the recent opening of the Alexandra Nursery, who provide a fabulous array of plants and shrubs to compliment every garden situation, the standard for next year will be undoubtedly even better. Well done!