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Front Garden Recognition Program

As part of the Brampton Grow Green Environmental Master Plan, we are committed to being a Green City that is healthy, resilient, environmentally sustainable – and beautiful!

Brampton is home to many front gardens, and we know residents take pride in keeping them green and beautiful. From July 25 to August 8, residents were invited to share a photo of their front garden with us. The City, along with the Brampton Horticultural Society and Chinguacousy Garden Club will recognize the best Brampton best gardens!​​

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Privacy Statement

Personal information is being collected under the authority of the Municipal Act. The information will only be used to communicate with you regarding your inquiry. Questions about this collection may be directed to Service Brampton by calling 311 (within Brampton city limits) or 905.874.2000 (outside city limits). Please review the City’s Privacy statement for more information.

Photo Submission Criteria

  • One photo per household
  • Landscape (horizontal) view that encompasses the entire front garden
  • No pets, people or easily identifiable house numbers must be shown
  • Aim to take the photo day time for best lighting
  • Acceptable file formats are JPG or PNG (in high-resolution quality)
  • Photo must be submitted using the registration form above or sharing #GardensofBrampton​
  • Best location to photograph your garden is from the curb view

Judging Criteria

  • Visual Appeal: the overall visual impact; colour and texture; a pleasing sense of harmony and balance
  • Overall Appearance: a good use of space, design coordination between plants and other elements
  • General Maintenance: the quality of care in pruning; weed and disease control; taking into consideration of environment methods (mulching, drought tolerant planting)
  • Individuality: the creative use of special features such as ponds, garden sculpture, rockeries or a themed garden ​

Tips for a beautiful and green garden

  • Pay attention to how sunlight passes through your yard before choosing a spot for your garden. Most edible plants, including many vegetables, herbs, and fruits, need at least 6 hours of sun in order to thrive.
  • Water your garden regularly. Mornings are the best time.
  • Mulch around trees and shrubs to prevent weeds – check out this video to learn more.
  • Attract pollinators to your garden by planting Black Eyed Susans, Salvia, Hyssop or Bergamot – check out this video to learn more.
  • Remove dying flowers and prune back any dead branches from shrubs
  • Keep garbage and recycling bins to the side of the house.

2022 program photos

Gardening Tips from Brampton Parks

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