RHS photo competition now open
Posted on Jan 7, 2020
The Royal Horticultural Society photographic competition offers free entry and cash prizes await the winners.
With the overall winner pocketing £5000 and with 20 other cash prizes at stake, the annual Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) photographic competition is well worth entering – and entry is free. Amateur and professional camera users are eligible and there are nine categories including Urban Gardening, Abstract, Portfolio, All About Plants and Welcoming Garden Wildlife.
Image 2019’s overall adult winner was Richard Caldwell, with this image captured in Los Angeles, USA
Category winners will see their work exhibited at RHS gardens later in the year and at The Photography Show at the NEC in March.
Entries are submitted on the Royal Horticultural Society website and the closing date is 10am 31 January. The winners will be announced online in April.
Image Jake Kneale was 2019’s overall youth winner with this great shot taken in Wiltshire, UK
Header image Hasan Baglar from Nicosia, Cyprus, won the Welcoming Garden Wildlife category with this photo of a praying mantis
For more information, please visit the Royal Horticultural Society website.