Each year, we hold a competition to find the nation’s best amateur gardens, whittling down hundreds of entries from all over the UK to just 8 finalists who have created something really special – whether that’s a balcony filled with containers, an allotment dedicated to flowers or a relaxing family garden. Our judges – TV presenters Alan Titchmarsh and Arit Anderson and garden designer Anne Marie-Powell – then choose their favourite finalist, the Judge’s Choice.
Hello, I’m Adam, and today I’m chatting to this year’s Judges’ Choice winner, Nicola House, who’s informal, wildlife-friendly garden in Kent was the unanimous favourite among our experts. I started by asking her what it felt like to be named a winner of the competition…
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