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The ADAPT Saturday Stall (Lord Combermere car park from 10am to noon) is becoming a favourite of many regulars

Produce always flies off the table, hoping this week for

  • eggs including Quail eggs
  • honey
  • rhubarb
  • and may be even a few strawberries.

Plants are slower to sell-"only a small garden, go away a lot, don't know how to look after them" being common excuses.
If we all grew a few bits of something there would be less imported fruit and veg. Even just a large pot with a tomato plant.

Plants this week could include

  • tomato plants,
  • beans and or pea plants
  • several different herbs
  • squashes and pumpkin seedlings could be coming along

I have sown courgettes for the third time — think my conservatory got too hot!'

If you are not sure how to grow something please ask!

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