Jess Jeans© Sean Hernon
Spring comes early in this part of Cornwall. The Tamar Valley has its own micro climate that has made it popular as a market gardening area. My talents, unfortunately, do not sway towards any sort of horticulture. I can kill just about any plant with alarming efficacy just by watering it (or not). However, it is at this time of year that my father-in-law starts to involve us all in getting the garden field ready for the growing season. We […]
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