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Residential Contest
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
 
Q. What qualifies as a townhouse?
Answer

A townhouse is defined as a dwelling attached on one or both sides, in a row of three or more. Townhouses may be rental, condominium, co-op or freehold, but to qualify for the contest, the front garden must be cared for by the occupant. End units generally have larger gardens than middle units, but they are still classified as townhouse gardens.

Semi-detached houses are not classified as townhouses, even though they may sometimes have smaller gardens. They should be entered in the Large or Small Garden classes.

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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