Belfast in Bloom
Make Belfast a city of flowers.
All you need is a garden, window sill or front door. Cheer up forgotten flower beds, arrange a simple window box, or take part in a larger regeneration project.
2017 is set to be another exciting year for Belfast. We want to create a warm and friendly welcome to everyone who works, lives and visits here.
Our Belfast in Bloom competition is open to individuals, groups and commercial premises. This year we have added best kept school garden with four individual categories awarded for schools in the north, south, east and west of the city.
Please read our competition terms and conditions before submitting your entry.
The closing date for entries is Friday 28 July 2017.
Judging will take place between late July and early August 2017.
Our Belfast in Bloom competition celebrates the best blooms across the city.
Here are the Belfast in Bloom 2016 winners.
- Best hanging basket East Belfast - Victoria Beattie
- Best hanging basket West Belfast - Marian McCahey
- Best hanging basket North Belfast - JD McCall
- Best hanging basket South Belfast - Ken Orr
- Best window basket East Belfast - Patricia Totten
- Best window basket West Belfast - Roger Montgomery
- Best window basket North Belfast - Silvia Matassa
- Best window basket South Belfast - William Rennie
- Best front garden East Belfast - Heather Lindsay
- Best front garden West Belfast - Angelina Madden
- Best front garden North Belfast - Patricia McGeagh
- Best front garden South Belfast - Jana and Martin Cervenka
- Isobel Bennett Award - Wildflower Alley
- Outstanding achievement - Matt McCarthy
- Best community group - 'Going Green' - East Belfast Mission
- Best community garden – Musgrave Park Community Garden
- Best individual allotment – Evelyn Frey
- Best hotel – Europa Hotel
- Best public house – Bittles Bar
- Best restaurant – The Ginger Bistro
- Best commercial premises – Spires Mall
- Outstanding achievement commercial category - Bittles Bar
Belfast in Bloom 2016 winners gallery
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