Alan Titchmarsh and a panel of expert gardeners will judge the hard work during lockdown of Britain’s gardeners in Perennial’s HortAid-20 Gardening competition.
Perennial, the charity for people working in, or retired from, the horticulture industry, has called on Britain’s gardeners to reveal their hard work during lockdown by entering the HortAid-20 gardening competition.
The HortAid-20 gardening competition will be judged by Perennial President Alan Titchmarsh MBE and a panel of expert gardeners, including; Clive Nichols, Rachel de Thame, Ann-Marie Powell, James Wong, Jim Buttress, Jo Whiley, Lee Connelly (The Skinny Jean Gardener), Lesley Watson and Michael Perry.
The deadline for entry is 15 August, 2020 and the overall winner will receive a £250 garden hamper from Suttons. All 10 category winners will win a certificate personally signed by Alan Titchmarsh and Jim Buttress, the chance to meet one of the judges and a £25 Suttons voucher.
Anyone can enter
Competition categories cover a wide range of gardening interests, meaning anyone can enter. These include; small garden, large garden, community garden, hanging basket/window box, houseplant, vegetable garden/allotment, best vegetable, largest vegetable and even a category for young gardeners (age 14 and under).
Each entry will be charged a £5 entry fee with the proceeds going towards Perennial to help people of all ages working in, or retired from, horticulture.