Do you have an impressive array of beautiful plants inhabiting your outdoor space? Or even a flourishing window box? SoGlos has exclusively teamed up with Cheltenham’s independent garden centre, The Fairview Gardener, to find the most glorious garden in Gloucestershire, in our latest competition.
From towering echiums to green spaces carpeted with perennials, we know Gloucestershire has an abundance of stunning gardens hidden away – and green fingered gardeners across the county have the opportunity to show off their hard work.
We’ll be sharing the most idyllic entries on SoGlos’s social media channels, with an expert in all things green officially picking Gloucestershire’s Most Glorious Garden.
Courtesy of The Fairview Gardener, the lucky winner will win a personal shopping experience and £150 to spend in store - with the two runners-up also being awarded a cash prize of £75 and £50.
The Fairview Gardener is a hot spot for horticulturists of all calibres, selling a vast collection of hardy plants, fruit trees, herbaceous perennials, trees and bedding plants, to help truly transform your garden.
Plus, whether you’re chopping, weeding, sweeping or pruning, The Fairview Gardener’s tool shed has gardening gadgets galore, with tools for gardeners of all levels.
What is the Gloucestershire’s Most Glorious Garden competition prize?
The first-prize winner will receive a personal shopping experience and £150 to spend in store - as well as the title of Gloucestershire's Most Glorious Garden.
Two runners-up will also be awarded a cash prize of £75 and £50.
Who can take part in Gloucestershire’s Most Glorious Garden competition?
Whether you have a large outdoor space or even a window box, people with any form of garden can enter the competition - but they must live in Gloucestershire and be able to go into The Fairview Gardener to claim their prize.
How do I enter Gloucestershire’s Most Glorious Garden competition?
To enter, post a picture of your beautiful green space on Instagram or Facebook, using the hashtag #SoGlosGardens and follow @fairviewgardener.