Congratulations to our Sustainable Scarecrow School competition winners for ‘Best use of Recycled Materials’, announced by Education Minister Natalie Hutchins, on Wednesday at the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show.
Croxton School came 1st with their creation Tee-aL-Cee, Point Cook P-9 College came 2nd with their entry Thor God of Thunder and in 3rd place was Yarra Primary School with Handy Harold.
Point Cook P-9 College
Thor God of Thunder
Yarra Primary School
The People’s Choice winner went to Springside Primary School for their Kitchen Garden Goddess scarecrow entry, which was awarded by Craig Taberner – VSGP Chairman, on Sunday at 2pm when the voting closed.
Springside Primary School
The Kitchen Garden Goddess
The schools’ scarecrows made a great inclusion to the Home Grown Patch at the show, receiving many positive comments and motivating some to create their own scarecrow for inclusion in their school, community or personal gardens.