The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has revealed finalists in its nationwide competition, with four awards up for grabs for Jersey & Guernsey.
Green-fingered volunteers from gardening communities battle it out in the Britain in Bloom competition to demonstrate their horticultural know-how.
Gorey, St Clement and St Helier have been chosen to represent Jersey. Whilst Forest Parish in Guernsey have also reached the finals.
- Forest Parish: Large Village category
- Gorey: Village category
- St Clement: Coastal under 12k
- St Helier: Coastal over 12k
Finalists for the 54th Britain in Bloom will be scored by a team of RHS national judges in August. The winners will be announced in October.
In 2017, four awards were given to the Channel Islands:
- St Helier, Jersey: Gold award for Best Coastal over 12k
- St Aubin, Jersey: Gold award for Best Village
- St Saviour, Jersey: Silver Gilt award for Best Town
- Sark: Silver Gilt award for Best Village