Published: 24 October 2013
Malvern Show 2013
The Malvern Show attracted the crowds to the Three Counties Show ground recently where they were treated to not only spectacular displays of horticulture but also the many aspects of countryside life.
The permanent showground buildings, the large marquees and open air spaces were brimming with attractive displays, useful products and mouth watering produce to eat and drink.

The following images will hopefully give an insight into what was a marvellous two day event.
 

The region is renowned for it’s apple orchards hence this spectacular display

 

Visitors were eager to see the stands and make their purchases from the quality plants on offer.

 

 

Some of the incredible edibles seen at the show

 

A1 Plants added some pumpkins to enhance the autumn feel to their colourful plant display.

 

 

Bulbs, by the sack or individually. There were hundreds of varieties to choose from on the many trade stands. Autumn being the optimum planting time for spring flowering bulb species.

Editor Chris Allen catches up with fellow gardening ‘celebs’ Mark Diacono and Joe swift as they prepare for their presentation to the waiting crowds.

Image Credits: Georgina Allen

Reported by Chris Allen  
   
 

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