The English Home

FROM PATCH TO PLATE Matthew Fort

I have just drawn three oblongs on a blank page in my gardening diary. I call it a diary, but, in truth it’s more a set of random jottings with dates attached. Be that as it may, those three oblongs are signs of hope, of the future, of the cheery optimism that must flower in the bosom of every vegetable grower. Each one represents a bed to be seeded at the appropriate time in the growing season to come.

To be honest, just at the

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