Teignmouth in Bloom - Celebrating 35 Years

This year's optional theme is 'Bee Good for Pollinators'


The Committee chose 'Bee Good for Pollinators' suggested by Millie Nicholson for this year's optional theme to focus on gardening with wildlife in mind. You may have nectar rich flowers, climbing plants and wall shrubs that give valuable shelter and food, or perhaps a bug hotel!

It is free to enter the competition which is celebrating 35 years in 2020! Click here for an entry form 

2019 Winners - Photos below courtesy of Viv Wilson MBE

26 Bligh Close - third prize in Best Planted Containers category

Third prize winner in Best Planted Containers category 


1 Bath Terrace - first prize in Best Planted Containers category

First prize in Best Planted Containers category 

Our Lady and St Patrick's RC Nursery and Primary School - winner of the Best School Garden

Winner of Best School category