Digger's Diary: Tales from the Allotment
This work provides the low-down on what really goes on among the ramshackleheds and improvised cold-frames where the allotment-holding tribe practiseheir horticultural rituals. It takes us through the allotment year, month byonth, from January and February when dogged digging is the order of the day,ight through to the pleasures of the festive season and the joy of ahristmas dinner table laden with the fruits of your own labours.
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