Enter your garden for Sidmouth In Bloom’s spring competition
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Entries are being invited for Sidmouth In Bloom’s spring floral competition, and you do not need to be an expert gardener to be in with a chance of winning a prize.
There are just three categories: large garden, medium garden, or small/courtyard garden.
The summer competition has additional categories.
Sidmouth In Bloom's chairman Lynette Talbot said: 'The competition is not just marked for horticulture and spring display.
'We look for tidiness, except for deliberately left wild areas and natural surroundings, quirkiness, an unusual display, or a garden designed only for spring borders.
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'It is a fun competition, but an obvious enthusiasm and pride of the garden should be shown.
'There is no age restriction so children can enter, as a small garden.'
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Entry is free, and open until Monday, April 13.
Judging begins the following day, although early judging can be arranged if necessary.
You can enter using a form to be published in the Herald, sending it to 26 Coulsdon Rd, Sidmouth EX10 9JP. You can also enter by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01395 578081.