The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair displayed different kinds of giant vegetables. There were squashes and cabbages. They were well organized with a tag of what vegetables they were, their height, weight, and the places they were grown. The largest squash we saw weighs 1199.4 lb, from Picton, grown by John Vincent.
Some fruits and vegetables had very strange shapes and others were normal -shaped. Pumpkins, squashes,
pears, grapes, spices, and lots of other kinds of fruits and vegetables were normal-shaped, as well as wheat. Beautiful golden stalks of wheat were on display, too. It showed the hard work of farmers all over the land. The Fair had very tall plants, too. They were probably one storey and a half!