Harvest It at Malvern Autumn Show

Our harvest zone celebrates the great British harvest. We hope you delight in the finest from the counties’ orchards and hopyards in hops, apples, cider and beer. Not to be missed, the Harvest Pavilion is enormous and packed full of perfect veg and pristine plants.

Orchard and Hopyard Pavilion

The Orchard Pavilion celebrates both traditional and modern orchards, from apple orchards to damson orchards. There’s a whole host of information on how modern-day orcharding practices compare to those practised by our ancestors. This is the best place to but orchard trees and produce from local orchards and farms.

There are over 150 varieties of heritage and modern apples, pears and unusual orchard fruit on display from R V Roger. Immerse in the 300 varieties of apples on display from Frank P Mathews Ltd. The display includes crab apples and pears which Worcestershire is renowned for.

People’s Choice Award

This is your chance to sample an array of perry. Visit the Worshipful Company of Fruiterers stand to find out more and cast your vote.

Apple & Pear Show

These delicious competitions see growers in the Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire showcase their best fresh fruit and juice.

Apple & Pear Auction

There aren't many shows where you can take home a tray of prized fruit or a bottle of fruit juice! At 3pm on Sunday, in the Orchard Pavilion, the fruit and juice auction begins.

The Hopyard

The three shires of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire produce more than half of the hops grown in the UK. The three shires are collectively known as the Hopshires, here is your chance to find out more.

After the success of last year's beer festival, we're delight it is returning. With the help of Ledbury Real Ales and Teme Valley Brewery, there will be many beers for you to try,

Harvest Pavilion

This is one of the UKs largest Harvest Pavilions. Here you will find 15 National Plant Societies, National Championships for the National Vegetable Society and Vegetable Trug National Championships. It is also home to our very own Grow to Show section with over 1,000 entries.

The Harvest Pavilion is the perfect place to seek growing tips from experts from many National Plant Societies. Experts from the RHS Tender Plant Committee are on hand hosting talks throughout the day. This is your chance to ask the experts questions on all sorts of gardening topics.

The Grow to Show competitions showcase an amazing array of produce. All the produce is grown by passionate gardeners and professional horticulturists alike. With over 175 classes these competitions are an impressive sight with displays including cut flowers, pot plants and vegetables.

You will never have seen so many pristine vegetables in one place. The National Vegetable Society Midland Branch Championships are held here with a range of vegetables on display.

If you are a fuchsia fan, make sure you check out the Fuchsia Competitions. Discover benches filled with all varieties from pruned Bonsai Fuchsias through to those selected for ornamental foliage to name a few.

Primped, preened and polished vegetables are the name of the game in the Vegetable Trug National Championships. Perfect veg is displayed in tugs ready to be examined by the judges. Judges are looking at the variety, quality and the all-around effect of their harvest.