Garden Photo Challenge 2010 - Winning Photo Galleries
Best Garden Photos of 2010
A gallery of all the 1st Place gardening photos of 2010. Showcasing gardening interests from indoor plants to roses, foliage and vegetables.
Fabulous Foliage - June 2010 Photo Challenge
Gardens are not made of flowers along. One of the best things to happen in the gardening world recently has been the introduction of so many plants with leaves that rival any flower. Why shouldn't foliage have its own photo gallery?
Fall Color - Sept/Oct 2010 Garden Photo Challenge
Fall is bittersweet. Summer may be over, but oh, the crisp air, the apples and pumpkins and the colors. It's hard to resist picking up your camera in the fall. Luckily these gardeners didn't even try.
Holiday Plants - Nov/Dec 2010 Photo Challenge
Plants play such a big part in decorating for any holiday. These photos bring the festivities of Thanksgiving and Christmas into plants and arrangements that celebrate the season.
Roses - June 2010 Photo Challenge
This was one of the toughest Photo Challenges to judge. Roses always seem ready for their close-up. Now, if only we could get scratch and sniff technology on this site.
Spring May Flowers - May 2010 Photo Challenge
Our little play on "April showers bring May Flowers", these photos of gardeners' photos of spring blooming flowers capture the wonder of the first flowers of spring. Winning photos, with their tips for growing and caring for the plants shown.
Vegetables! - August 2010 Garden Photo Challenge
Once again, to tempt you, we're showcasing some of the most delectable vegetables our readers have grown. If this doesn't turn you into a vegetable garden, or at least a vegetable lover, I don't know what will.
Winter Interest - Jan/Feb 2010 Photo Challenge
The garden doesn't disappear in winter. At least it shouldn't. These photos from readers' gardens exhibit the beauty of a garden at rest.
Spring Flowering Bulbs - March/April 2010 Photo Challenge
Spring bulbs are a leap of faith, hiding underground throughout the winter. It's no wonder they delight us anew, every spring. Here are some jubilant gardens, festooned with spring bulbs.