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Great escape

While I often dream of holidays spent sipping ice-cold cocktails and frolicking in the sea, the summer garden’s relentless irrigation and harvest schedules usually have other ideas. Thankfully, the winter garden is more forgiving.

Frosts, while tempering the urge to jump into the ocean, keep vegetables patiently waiting in the ground, and chill pests into dormancy so that we market gardeners can run away on a seaside holiday,

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