Left : Highly recommended  for the front garden prize – Anne Cirardi Waterford Road

Right : Winner best front garden prize – Laura Webb of Novello Street

Bottom : joint runner up of the best planter prize – Sarah Morphet of Daisy Lane

For all the winners click on the link below :


Fulham was once known for it’s very fertile soil where market gardens and fruit trees thrived.

Our green spaces are a little more limited these days and with the spread of basement lightwells and hard standing for vehicles  Fulham Society wants  to celebrate and encourage the tending of the beautiful green and colourful spaces that brighten up our public realm . We are also interested to see how, with imagination, an interesting front garden can be created at the same time as providing space for a car or a lightwell.

You don’t have to have a garden – there are  prize for planters, tubs or window boxes and hedges ! They do need to be visible from the road so that the judges can visit.

You do not need to be a Fulham Society member to enter .  It doesn’t cost anything to enter so look out for the information for the 202o competition to celebrate Fulham Society’s 50th year . Judging will take  place during June. winners will be announced at the Fulham Society Garden party 2020

We are looking for  a well designed , well executed space that gives pleasure to all who pass by and ideally has an impact all through the year

winner best planter : Nadia Kawash of Clonmel Road


joint runner up best planter Aldo Tamarasco of Kimbell Gardens