Recently, an interesting initiative of the contest in Warsaw emerged:
In the Society of Friends of Warsaw (TPW) was born newly the idea of reintroducing the cult "Warsaw in flowers and greenery" contest, whose tradition dates back to the interwar period. It's about encouraging residents to beautify balconies, backyards and home gardens, and reporting them to the horticultural beauty contest. Objective - more greenery and improving the aesthetics of the city. This was once a prestigious and very popular event, but recently seemed old-fashioned. It was equated with retirees community, because still the same circle took part in it. In addition, award-winning facilities sometimes aroused aesthetic controversy and therefore belied the desirability of of the contest. So when I heard about the refreshed formula and the need to transfer the original idea of the competition to the younger generations, the hope sprout in my heart...
Check out yet the Facebook fanpage of this contest: