A schoolgirl's horticultural efforts tower above the rest.
Eloise Denney has won a sunflower competition with her effort growing a staggering 295cm - or 9ft 8 ins tall.
It grew so much, Eloise needs a stepladder to reach the top.
Eloise, a year six pupil at Longroyde Junior School in Rastrick, won the Ploughcroft contest against 20 Yorkshire schools.
Her efforts have seen her win £250 of book vouchers for her school, as well as £20 for herself.
Pam Clarke, Extended Schools Coordinator at Longroyde Junior School, said: “This was a fun competition for our pupils to take part in, and we’re delighted to have beaten 19 other schools in the region.
“We’re looking forward to buying a host of new books.
“Energy Efficiency is also a serious issue, and it was also a good opportunity to talk to our pupils about this important topic.”
The competition was launched in March by Brighouse-based energy efficiency specialist, Ploughcroft, which provided schools across Yorkshire and Humber with packets of sunflower seeds and information packs, as part of its drive to educate young people into the importance of caring for the environment.
Chris Hopkins, Managing Director at Ploughcroft, said: “We’ve been amazed by the amount of entries we received in our competition, and couldn’t believe how tall some of the sunflowers were.
“We hope Eloise and the rest of the school enjoy their new books and we want to thank everyone for taking part. We hope the kids continue with their new hobby and continue to grow more sunflowers next year.”