RHS London Harvest Festival Show 2014

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A beautiful autumn afternoon, perhaps the last for a while, so time to escape the office for delights of the RHS London Harvest Festival Show.   Check back soon to discover who grew this year’s largest pumpkin, and which Duke won the battle of the grapes.


Categories: Flower Shows, Fruit and Veg

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  1. […] Although the show no longer enjoys its original aristocratic endorsement, it has evolved to meet the requirements of the 21st Century.  The Lindley Hall remains the perfect venue for displaying fruit and vegetables, its arched glass roof allowing just the right amount of light onto the baize-covered tables.  Each exhibit is judged by experts using the rules set out in The Horticultural Show Handbook.  The book outlines exactly what the judges are looking for in each class.  Apparently size isn’t everything, except when it comes to cooking onions, apples and, naturally, pumpkins. […]

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