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ADAPT food group will be at the Lord Combermere carpark between 10 am and 12 mid day again this Saturday.

The pre ordered Jerusalem artichokes were not collected but gratefully acquired last week. More artichokes will be available this week.

The honey man will be there with lots of honey; bees are working very hard at the moment but tend to swarm so if you find or see a swarm please let the honey man know.

As usual there will be a lot of eggs all free range ,sadly no more green eggs for a while as I had a visit from the fox again.

Rhubarb is plentiful.There will be a good selection of bedding plants, herbs and vegetables ready to plant out. A selection of hardened Alicante, Money maker and Gardeners delight tomato plants.

The long awaited main crop strawberry plants Malwina exceptional flavour and disease resistant will be available.

Finally fill your house with the lovely scent of Lily of the valley.

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