Jackson Mackenzie, an S1 pupil at Clackmannanshire Colleges’ Assist Service, received the eighth version of the competition along with his bus-shaped backyard design.
His backyard touched on his love for buses and can embody a bug lodge, chicken feeders, wild flowers and bulbs.
Organized by Preserve Scotland Stunning, the competitors goals to showcase college pupils’ imaginations and promote sustainability by means of their designs.
Eve Keepax, training and studying officer at Preserve Scotland Stunning, mentioned: “Pocket Backyard is uplifting.
“This yr’s new theme of A Backyard of Celebration has opened the door to an outpouring of concepts of what kids wish to have fun and what they worth.
“It’s a reminder in troublesome occasions that we nonetheless have many causes to have fun.
WINNER: Jackson Mackenzie’s bus-shaped backyard design was one of many competitors winners.
“It is even higher when the best way that the Pocket Gardens are created might be useful for native wildlife and supply a chunk to eat for individuals too!
“Effectively executed to everybody who entered the competitors, and we hope that every one colleges determine to carry their designs to life.
“I am already wanting ahead to seeing the transformations from design to actual backyard.”
Virtually 200 entrants had been submitted this yr from a complete of 28 native authority areas in Scotland.
The 42 successful designs have been requested to work on making their design a actuality earlier than filming it and submitting it to an internet interactive showcase.
This showcase might be made accessible to the general public in June.