Fresh Air Gardens – A London in Bloom Initiative supported by the Mayor of London
London in Bloom & the Mayor of London , Sadiq Khan invites Gardeners from Greater London to participate in this new environmental initiative for gardeners to play their part in reducing pollution through the ‘air conditioning’ effect of vegetation and plants ability to act as a barrier to pollutants.
London in Bloom therefore wishes to find examples from across London of front gardens, balconies, roof gardens and vertical plantings whose design and layout reduce the effects and impact of pollution.
This program supported by the Mayor of London is free to enter and will be assessed from information and images provided by those entering. Entry is simple just go to our downloads page , print the entry form and forward to London in Bloom, postal information is on the form. The completed form can also be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To enter you need to complete a simple form, describe your garden or planted area in less than 250 words, provide a list of plants used, if possible (common names are OK) and provide up to 5 good quality images taken this year and be a minimum of 1mb and (hi-res please) to help us assess the entries.
We are now open for entries with a closing date of Friday 27th July. The top entries will be invited to the London in Bloom awards to receive their awards..
Join us at London in Bloom who for 50 years has been supporting London and its environment. Gardeners from across London can make a major contribution to reducing pollution and the impact of flooding even if the front garden is used for parking and we encourage you to enter.