By Adrian Leighton - 8th September 2012 7:02am
This is a truly gorgeous time of year when all the hard work in the garden begins to pay off. It is quite astounding how productive the earth can be.
It is quite hard work keeping up with it sometimes and not letting that go to waste. Mind you if all else fails you can always make chutney (recipes available)!
The basket shows vegetables and fruit all gathered from our garden and allotment at Lock 15.
The centrepiece of the 'Lovespud' was provided by a member of ADAPT. It goes to show 'love is all around' at this time of year!
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