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The top accolade of Overall Winner went to The Imperial independent living scheme in Donaghadee.
It also gives tenants with green fingers and a passion for gardening a chance to showcase their handiwork.
While any reprieve is welcomed, service providers will again be facing a five percent budget reduction in six months time.
A decision on how this stopgap funding will be allocated is expected at the end of October but there is no assurance that funding will be returned to all organisations that have had their budgets reduced.
In recent weeks, the Department for Communities gave NIHE a one-off 2.6million allocation to the programme, however there is no certainty that all affected providers will be reimbursed for their financial loss and any monies received will be cut again in April 2018.
Ricky Rowledge, co-Chair of Committee Representing Independent Supporting People Providers (CRISPP) said: This is a partial and temporary in-year reinstatement that does not cover the full scale of the budget reduction.
We are urging the Housing Executive to reinstate the funding immediately to all providers.
We are up for reform and want to work in partnership with the Housing Executive and Department for Communities to deliver a strategic remodelling of the programme.
Services cannot be sustained at the standard required and there is a very real danger that those in most need will not receive adequate support or may lose out entirely.
We are calling for NIHE to reinstate the funding immediately and work in partnership with us to agree a sensible reform and strategy for Supporting People.
Each year the number and standard of Clanmil in Bloom entries increase, and this year the judges had a really hard job choosing winners from over 50 gardens.
Thank you to everyone who entered and congratulations to the many people who helped create and maintain the winning gardens.
The new homes have been built by the Clanmil Housing Group with part funding from the Northern Ireland Executive through the Department for Communities.