This stunning giant onion had one green-fingered guest crying tears of laughter at a flower show.
The massive vegetable, bigger than most people's heads, caused a storm at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show.
It was entered in the giant onion competition and looks likely to beat off all the other entrants to first place.
And this woman visitor (pictured below) was stunned when she was walking among the vegetables and spotted the huge onion.
Freak vegetable: A woman visitor at Harrogate Autumn Flower Show admires a finalist's onion in The Biggest Onion Championship.
She needed both hands to pick the weighty onion up from the table.
And she was so amazed by the size of the vegetable that she found it hard to put it down again.
The woman spent a few minutes staring at the onion in disbelief as other guests flocked to get a glimpse of the creation.
She lifted the onion above her shoulders and was amazed to see that it was so big that it covered the whole of her head.
One visitor said: 'She was really taken by the large onion and could not get over how big it was.
'It was without doubt the main attraction of the show.'
Know your onions: The woman clasps the huge onion in the air and realises it's bigger than her head
Gardening enthusiasts have been descending on Harrogate in their thousands over the three-day Autumn Flower Show, which began on Thursday.
The event, which runs until Sunday, is expected to attract about 35,000 people to the Great Yorkshire Showground to view the highest quality of blooms, fruit and vegetables on display.
Organised by the North of England Horticultural Society (NEHS), Harrogate Flower Show brings together some of the best of gardening talent and horticultural greats from across the country, with some remarkable displays as a result.
As well as the heaviest onion competition, this year's highlight is the bicentenary birthday celebrations of the Bramley apple.
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