Give one of our eight Gardens of the Year finalists the chance to win the coveted People's Choice award, and a fantastic holiday prize. Simply watch our series of short videos below, then scroll to the end to cast your vote.

Voting closes at noon on Tuesday 27 October, 2020.

The winner will be revealed in the December issue of BBC Gardeners' World Magazine, on sale from Thursday 19 November. Or, subscribe today to get a copy in the post.
 
Our Gardens of the Year 2020 competition is sponsored by Inspired Villages.
 
 
Andy Gladman
This ornamental allotment in Leamington Spa demands we rethink what an allotment can be, as PhD student Andy experiments with winning combinations of drought-tolerant plants. Created from scratch on a previously overgrown plot, it’s both a weekend haven from urban life for Andy and his partner and a place where Andy can grow all the plants he loves – many from seed – on a budget and with recycling at the forefront.
Claire and James Eckersley
As front-line workers for the NHS, Claire and James have needed a sanctuary to escape to this year more than ever. And their multi-level garden in Cornwall stunned the judges with its confident and varied planting. It’s clear the family relish outdoor living and their hard work has really paid off.
Elizabeth and Malcolm Schofield
Our Judges' Choice winner. In a Scottish seaside town, a wild hill, overgrown with brambles, has been transformed into a beautiful, colourful haven for all to admire, by Elizabeth and Malcolm. Starting with almost no gardening knowledge and with little cash to spare, they decided to create something special for themselves, and for the local community to admire.
Joe and Laura Carey
This young couple started with almost no gardening knowledge, but have taught themselves everything they needed to know to create this impressive terraced garden in Luton – all by hand. Reflecting their backgrounds in design, Joe and Laura’s colour choices are elegantly restrained, and the judges loved the inviting variety of entertaining spaces.
Lizzy McBain and Bea Baldauf-Clark
In Oxford, next-door neighbours Lizzy and Bea have joined forces to create something truly special by combining both of their front gardens into one. The result is a joyful coming together of ideas, packed full of plants and with space to sit, that is guaranteed to inspire neighbours to tear down fences across the UK.
Lorrie Orawe
A step back from the pavement, in the heart of Bridport, West Dorset, leads you into Lorrie’s tranquil garden oasis – the result of many years of passionate work. Our judges were particularly taken by how lush and inviting Lorrie has made this small space, her clever use of textures and the garden’s strong winter structure.
Michael and Margaret McNaught
Awarded highly commended by our judges. This small garden has gone from a bare patch of ground to this classically inspired jewel in just one year. Michael and Margaret McNaught had been planning this garden for many years, and when finally able to start work they did all the work themselves and incorporated elements from grand gardens they'd visited.
Mohammed Badat and family
Mohammed dreamed of creating a luxury hotel-style escape straight out of the tropics, in his London back garden. So he came up with the impressive design and began collecting tropical plants to help him create his dream garden, all with an eye on the budget. And now he and his family need only step outside to feel like they’ve been whisked away on holiday.

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