Malvern Show

by on October 2, 2014
in Vegetable Growing

We had a very successful show on the last weekend in September at Malvern winning a Gold as well as the RHS Best Exhibit at the Show. I was more than pleased as I had no Leeks, Onions or Celery, but that’s another story!

David Parry - Two Marrows

David Parry – Two Marrows

Sherie Plumb - 10 Runner Beans. The consistency that she shows on the bench with her Runner Beans is unreal.

Sherie Plumb – 10 Runner Beans. The consistency that she shows on the bench with her Runner Beans is unreal.

David Thomas with UK record Cabbage 56.4 kg (124.35 lbs.

David Thomas with UK record Cabbage 56.4 kg (124.35 lbs.

Mike Smith from St Asaph winning the Best Trug in the Championship

Mike Smith from St Asaph winning the Best Trug in the Championship

Ian Stocks - 3 Sweet Candle carrots. Three really excellent specimens.

Ian Stocks – 3 Sweet Candle carrots. Three really excellent specimens.

Ivor Mace - 3 Large Onions

Ivor Mace – 3 Large Onions

Joe Atherton (in the distance) winning WR Long Beetroot 6.673 metres.

Joe Atherton (in the distance) winning WR Long Beetroot 6.673 metres.

Joe Atherton again with WR longest Parsnip Picador 6.281 metres

Joe Atherton again with WR longest Parsnip Picador 6.281 metres

Marcus Powell Mini Collection. Marcus had six First Prizes, no mean feat for someone who achievement who only started seriously about four years ago.

Marcus Powell Mini Collection. Marcus had six First Prizes, no mean achievement for someone who only started seriously about four years ago.

Andrew Jones with winning parsnips and Best in Show

Andrew Jones with winning parsnips and Best in Show

 

The completed stand

The completed stand – Gold and Best Exhibit in the Show.

a good basket of Kestrel potatoes

a good basket of Kestrel potatoes

A view from the LH side

A view from the LH side

A view from the RH side

A view from the RH side

A new potato for 2016 'Libertie' An excellent variety for culinary use and for exhibition

A new potato for 2016 ‘Libertie’ An excellent variety for culinary use and for exhibition

MIne host looking rather tired and full of cold

MIne host looking rather tired and full of cold

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