Secaucus folk given chance to show off their gardens
August 30, 2013 by Sarah
The ‘How Does Your Garden Grow’ event is being presented by the Mayor and Town Council of Secaucus, New Jersey and features information about how the ‘Garden State’ is going green with the help of its citizens. Flyer printing may have been among the methods used to promote this summer contest to residents of this community and the surrounding regions.
With judging taking place this weekend, it forms part of the Secaucus Garden Contest and allows residents in this community and the area to enter their gardens into the competition for the end of the summer contest. As part of the competition, gardeners will showcase what is unique about their gardens using color, design, structure, and form. Entries can include rock, patio, herb, vegetable, and flower gardens, including flowering trees and shrubs. For gardens that have already been harvested, before and after pictures can be submitted
Entries must include the applicant’s name, phone number, address, and the garden type – ie: organic. Winning entries will receive prizes, and gardens can be entered by calling or email.
There is no cost to enter your garden into this competition, but those who would like to have a go need to be quick, because the final day for submissions is today. For more information, green-fingered web users can download the How Does Your Garden Grow PDF from the Secaucus, New Jersey Organization website or call 201-330-2034 for more information on how to submit an entry.