Puyallup Fair – Fruit and Vegetable Display Tables

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While I was at the Puyallup Fair yesterday I snapped a few photos of the fruit and vegetable displays.  I’m not sure what the exact rules are, but I would imagine people have to grow everything they put into their displays.

Personally I think it would be rather difficult to have a pumpkin, tomato, pepper and an ear of corn all ready to harvest at the same time.  Not to mention the fruit and vegetables would have to be near perfect fit if there was any hope of a ribbon.

Look at all the peppers in this one.  I bet this person has a greenhouse.

I really liked how this person used smaller vegetables in their display. Can you see the tiny purple cabbage on the bottom right?

I wonder where this person was from.  I had no idea you could grow grapes here in Pierce County.  I know there are several wineries around, but those are a bit father north. Hmm.  Maybe I should give grape growing a try.

If I was a judge, I would have picked display number 3 or 4 for first place. I liked how they were able to pack a ton of stuff in such a small container giving their displays a bit of order {that’s the OCD talking}.

Do you have a favorite?

Which on would you have given the blue ribbon to?

Do you go to your local county fair every year?

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