WITH summer in full swing, The Hunts Post Garden of the Year competition is - just like the weather - hotting up. Sponsored by Admiral Windows and Conservatories, the competition is attracting gardeners from all over Huntingdonshire. Richard and Sue de Fraine, of Great North Road, Eaton Socon, have put forward their garden, which they have been working on for the past nine years. Mr de Fraine said the one-acre plot had been designed to last throughout the year. There are snowdrops in the woodland area in January, followed by daffodils and bluebells. Summer bedding includes pelargonium, fibrous begonias, ageratum, amaranthus, nicotiana - both lime green and alba - roses, dahlias, lilies and lavender. The de Fraines plant in blocks of colour, although some borders are mixed. At the bottom of the garden there is a bridge hidden behind a cedar tree, while phormium and grasses provide a link to the summerhouse.