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Community in Bloom (CIB) Awards

The Community in Bloom (CIB) Awards recognises excellence in gardening efforts by community groups. This encourages community gardeners to improve the horticulture and outreach standards of their gardens, while continuing to enjoy gardening as a fun, healthy and inclusive activity.

Held annually since 2020, the CIB Awards has categories for different groups to better cater to the growing gardening group network locally. This ensures that due attention and recognition are accorded for each category:

  • Awards will be held for housing estates (Public and Private) in even years (e.g. 2022, 2024)
  • Awards will be held for educational institutions and organisations in odd years (e.g. 2021, 2023)

 

Do also check out the Singapore Garden Festival 2022 where competitive displays were put together by our local community gardeners for the Singapore Gardeners' Cup!

 

CIB Awards 2022 (Housing Estates)

Take a peek at the community gardens with the Gardens of the Year Awards here!

Results

Download the results dossier for the CIB Awards 2022 here (PDF, 15MB).

Awards and Prizes

Achievement Bands

Platinum

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$300 worth of garden products

$200 worth of garden products

$100 worth of garden products

$50 worth of garden products

 

Diamond Award

$1,000 worth of garden products

CIB Garden of the Year Awards

$500 worth of garden products

 

Special Achievement Ribbons

  • Outstanding Educational Community Garden
  • Outstanding Environmentally Friendly, Biodiversity Community Garden
  • Outstanding Edibles-Growing Community Garden
  • Outstanding Community Engagement Garden
  • Outstanding Ornamental Garden

Judging Criteria

The judging criteria for the CIB Awards 2022 (Housing Estates) comprise the following: 

a) Overall Garden Quality

The quality of the garden has a direct impact on how well it co-exists with its surroundings. A garden’s quality is measured by its aesthetics, housekeeping and standard of horticultural maintenance.

b) Level of Community Involvement and Inclusiveness

Regular involvement of participants is the foundation of a sustainable community garden. Building links and networks with the larger community encourage the sharing of resources and strategies to foster community bonding, social resilience among residents and promote the love for gardening. 

c) Biodiversity and Sustainability Efforts

Community gardens serve as engaging educational spaces with opportunities for different audiences to learn about horticulture, sustainability, biodiversity and much more. 

  

Please email us at communityinbloom@nparks.gov.sg or contact your CIB Managers if you need further assistance. 

 

Past Awards 

View the Results Dossiers for past Awards below: 

 

Past Garden of the Year Awards Winners

CIB Awards 2021 (Schools & Organisations)

CIB Awards 2020 (Housing Estates)

Last updated on 30 July 2022

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