A round-up of the must-see attractions at the 2017 show
Malvern Autumn Theatre
A host of gardening celebrities and experts took to the stage to discuss all things garden, including Alys Fowler, presenter of BBC2's The Edible Garden, and Carol Klein, stalwart of BBC's Gardeners' World.
Championed by Jonathan Moseley, floristry expert from the BBC’s The Big Allotment Challenge, you could celebrate British cut flower growers. Visitors were inspired by demonstrations and took part in workshops with some of the country's top florists and growers. There was also the chance to admire the fabulous compositions in the Floral Art competition.
There were nearly 30 National Plant Societies here, along with the best of autumn fruit and vegetables on display in the National Championships for the National Vegetable Society, Vegetable Trug National Championships and the Grow to Show competition.
CANNA UK National Giant Vegetable Championship
No Malvern show would be complete without a giant vegetable or two. Whether it's pumpkins, cabbages or onions - they all came in size extra large.
Westons Cider Garden
Back for the 2017 show, Westons provided a family-friendly garden where you could put your feet up, eat lunch and enjoy a pint.
Mark Diacono demonstrated what to do with your autumn harvest and looked at seasonal dishes, while the Great British Bake Off's Selasi Gbormittah baked up a treat using fruit and flowers.
Old Tyme Fairground
All the fun of the fair was on offer at the Old Tyme Fairground, in the Vintage Village, with rides datings from the 1900s. Kids of all ages took a turn on the ferris wheel, the helter-skelter and the carousel.
World of Animals
The World of Animals, sponsored by Bredon School, featured animals of all shapes and sizes including rabbits, guinea pigs and poultry as well as the return of the Young Pig of the Year Competition. Families enjoyed a visit to Family Green, with activities including the Junk Ball Run, circus and garden games and Treehouse Tales.