Cardwell Garden Centre hosts vegetable competition this weekend

by | Sep 20, 2018 | Community, Independents, News | 0 comments

Cardwell Garden Centre plays host to the Strathclyde Leek and Onion Society Show this weekend.
Hundreds of entries are expected for the horticultural extravaganza. Some of the leeks on show will be up to three feet high.

Cardwell expecting crowds

Crowds will to turn up to marvel at the enormous onions, colossal leeks and king-sized carrots among other vegetables.
Entries are from all over Scotland. Enthusiastic gardeners have nurtured the vegetables over the past nine months.
As well as the leek and onion show, Cardwell will also host family fun day with games like hoopla.
There will be a visit by three Paw Patrol characters ? Sky, Chase and Marshall.
There will also be music, a barbecue, bouncy castle and face-painting.
Cardwell?s Paul Carmichael said: ?You need to see the size of some of these vegetables to believe it.
?These guys know how to make their garden grow and people who come along to see the veg on display never fail to be amazed.”

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