Pupils at Falmouth Primary School showed off their creative talents at the school’s very own Spring Flower Show last week.

A crocodile made of cucumber and a dog made of a pineapple, cauliflower, potatoes, lemons and a cucumber were just two of the ingenious designs brought into school by children.

There were categories for named leaves on a card, bookmarks with a spring design, miniature gardens on dinner plates, necklaces made from edible material, photos taken by children with the theme of summer holidays and animals or birds made from vegetables and fruit.

The show was once again sponsored by the local Sainsbury’s store whose HR manager, Nicola Pearce, and deputy store manager, Nigel Andrewartha, were given the tough task of judging the entries.

The winners were presented with Easter eggs.

The winning entries were then entered into the Falmouth Spring Flower Show the following day when the school as a whole won the Ken Pound Challenge for the Charles Rowe Trophy and Reanna and Crystal won the Maindorge Awards for their ages.