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VEG FOR ALL SEASONS Fruit on the veg plot

A veg-growing life isn’t all cabbages, you know: it’s a bowl of cherries, too. Make room for fruit in your plot and you’ll discover just how indulgent growing your own food can be. I never underestimate the power of a pudding in persuading reluctant children to eat up their tea and nothing cheers me up after a hard day quite like a slab of cheesecake dripping with home-grown blackcurrants.

Fruit is so versatile you can squeeze it into the tiniest of spaces, and growing your own can be a real money-saver. Buy a few small, plastic punnets of raspberries and blueberries from the supermarket and it will set you back several

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