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Fresh from the plot

How I wish my plot always looked as it has over the past two months – full of colour from my flowers, fruit and veg. Sadly, but thankfully slowly, the plants are starting to look a little exhausted, as I pick the last of the summer crops.

Harvesting sweetcorn always brings a smile to my face, though, as I snap the ears from the plant and peel back the

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