In Pictures: Royal Horticultural Society Show 2018 in Cardiff

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The show is taking place in Bute Park, Cardiff over the weekend of the 13-15 April
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The Royal Horticultural Society was founded in 1804 and has been holding flower shows since 1820
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Four-year-old Scarlet from Newport enjoyed her day at the fair
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Arwel Ellis Owen went to the show with his nine grandchildren
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Balkan and gypsy folk group Capra Mamei brought some musical diversity
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These chrysanthemums were put under close inspection
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Artist Rhiannon Roberts from Aberaeron, Ceredigion, took the opportunity to paint a picture of the event
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As well as exhibitions and flower stalls, there are areas for discussion, live music venues and food stalls at the show.
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Bree, Ben and Gruff from Pontardawe learning about snails
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Colourful flowers were on display across the showground
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Brothers Lachlan, four, and Rhys, seven, from Penarth sheltering underneath one of the art instalments
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Three-year-old Anabelle enjoying some ice cream whilst learning about flowers from her mum, Helen