Camden Council's Garden Competition
Applications for the 2019 Camden Council Garden Competition are now open.
Proud gardeners and passionate green thumbs can enter the annual Camden Garden Competition now. To be eligible to enter, you must live in the Camden Local Government Area.
Whether you’re an amateur who loves to potter or a seasoned garden expert you could win!
The categories that can be entered are:
- Senior Citizen Garden
Open to anyone 60 years or over.
- Small Residential
For small private residential gardens.
- Large Residential
For large private residential gardens.
For residents who have an edible garden or plot of fruit, vegetables and/or herbs.
Best Floral Display
A showcase of colours and vibrancy.
Local pre-school, primary and high schools garden or plot maintained by students.
Professionally Maintained Garden
For residential gardens that are professionally maintained.
Most Creative Garden
Residential garden displaying creative use of plants with consideration for colour, shapes, textures, materials and garden features.
Most Sustainable Garden
Residential garden demonstrating sustainability principles such as water saving, reuse of materials, natural pest control, herb and vegetable growing.
Residential most well maintained lawn
Gardens within local businesses and organisations, e.g. retirement villages, small & large commercial premises etc.
Winner Large Residential Garden, Senior Citizen Garden and Grand Champion - Murray and Sue Hammer
Winner Small Residential Garden - Gladys and Cosma Kontista
Winner Veggie Garden/Plot - Peter and Marie Thompson
Best Floral Display - Annalia and Roberto Santucci
Winner School/Class Plot and Most Creative Garden - Elderslie Public School
Winner Professional Garden - Carrington Care
Winner New Garden - Brett Gibson
Winner Most Sustainable Garden - Pauline Gomes
For more information contact Camden Council's Events Officer on (02) 4645 5690.