Bath in Bloom
Welcome to the Bath in Bloom website.
The role of Bath in Bloom is to enhance our local area through gardening achievements our role includes:
- Entering the City of Bath into the Britain in Bloom Competition, we won GOLD and Category winner in the Britain in Bloom Southwest competition 2019.
- Running a local gardening competition for gardeners across Bath and North East Somerset - free to enter for private, community and business gardens with a special category for schools
- Supporting community groups and giving a few small grants each year
- Our Committee members are active members of the Community and support local community gardening initiative.
On our website you will be able to find out how you can get involved as well as see who is taking part in projects that “Clean up” and “Green up” our areas. We are always looking for individuals or community groups who have projects up and running or who would like advice on how they can get involved.
I hope you find our site enjoyable and informative, please tell us if there is anything in particular that you would like to see, and please send us any information about events you would like us to publicise.
If you wish to contact us please note our new e-mail address is email@example.com
Grateful thanks to our Sponsors
Bath in Bloom volunteers have been busy planting the fountain at Terrace Walk, more pictures on the "News and Events" page.
Brock Street flower beds
Love the new planting in Southgate shopping centre
Our 3D display in Parade gardens for 2019 celebrating 20 years of the Royal United Hospital "Forever Friends" appeal.(Please note that due to the Corona virus pandemic there was no 3D display in 2020
Manvers Street raised bed
Sponsored by Bath in Bloom, Bath BID and Hotel Indigo.
A fantastic volunteer led scheme that has transformed an old raised bed in the centre of Bath.
Planted by Weston Village gardening club and Bath in Bloom committee members, the planting is of mainly drought tolerant and Bee friendly plants, it was designed by Bath in Bloom committee chairman Steve Brook.
Here is a list of the plants used
Allium Purple Sensation
Blue Lyme grass
Calamagrostic Overdam grass
Daffodil Tete a Tete
Erysium Bowles Mauve
Eschscholzia California Poppy
Gaura Siskyuo Pink
Geranium Max Frei
Osteospernum Jacunda var Compactum
Sedum Autumn Joy
Sedum Coca Cola
Stachys Big ears
Stipa gigantua grass
Thymus 3 types
New planters in Southgate shopping centre
Riverside wild flower meadow
Royal Victoria Park
Wildflowers on the Red Lion roundabout
Credit Kate Davies