PIC: We think we've found the biggest cabbage in Ireland, and it's huge 5 years ago

PIC: We think we've found the biggest cabbage in Ireland, and it's huge

That's a whole lot of cabbage...

Ireland's climate lends itself to a high level of growth for crops, which is why people are Googling us constantly wondering our secrets.

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We're obsessed with growth in Ireland and we get woeful impressed when there's "fierce growth on the land," especially during those summer months few days.

Even more impressed than we get over farming-themed GAA jerseys...

 

But this picture of Mary Kearney from Littleton in Tipperary holding a cabbage belonging to her neighbour Tom Kelly is one of the biggest we've ever seen.

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There'd be a lot of eating in that monster...

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Mary has not eaten any of the cabbage yet on the off chance that someone is interested in purchasing the swelled green vegetable.

Just imagine the bacon and cabbage dinner you could make with this bad boy, as long as you had a gigantic piece of bacon to go with it *drools*...

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These farmers down in Tipperary, they're a bit unconventional aren't they?

Cheers to Denise Ryan for sending this our way. 
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