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Residential Contest
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
 
Q. How do I know which class to enter? My lot is large, but my garden is only a small area.
Answer

Large and Small Garden classes are defined by the measurement from one lot line to the other. In other words, your whole front yard is judged, not just the area you have chosen to plant. That's because we judge your garden on how well it complements your house.

Corner lots are almost always large gardens because they have two sides of the garden bordering on the street. Also, keep in mind that even though your garden may be situated primarily on one side of the driveway, judges also look at the other side of the driveway. That area is still part of your garden and shouldn't be overlooked.

Related FAQ's
FAQ's
Q. Can I nominate someone else's garden?
Q. How do I know which class to enter? My lot is large, but my garden is only a small area.
Q. When I fill out the entry form, can I just leave blank the sections that don't apply to me?
Q. What qualifies as a townhouse?
Q. Why do we have to put a sign in the garden?
Q. Why canít I include artificial plant materials in my garden?
Q. What is the purpose of a category for Alternative Gardens/Ecogardens?
Q. Why is the Alternative Gardens class changing its name to Ecogardens?
Q. What separates a winning garden from a non-winning garden?
Q. Does my garden need to be perfect to win?
Q. Why has the judging period been shortened?
Q. Can I get a list of all the people who entered their gardens?
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