Competitive horticulture

This summer we have been visiting the local shows and taking notes on categories where we might sweep the board next year.

We think we might have a chance in class 169

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We are contacting the relevant committees and suggesting a new class – longest hedgehog dropping

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Here is a roundup of some current produce which may or may not be suitable for competition:

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with the runner beans it is quantity, not quality as we have to eat this each day:

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On the pond front, the new one has its water level marked out

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the woodland pond can now relax in the shade

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and the little pond has bounty to give

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Pethan eraill yn y tyddyn heddiw:

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