Its National gardening week this week and here are few words from CRIB.
Gardening is keeping many people sane during lockdown. Now you might have time to garden or get the children involved in creating a new veggie patch or wild life garden. You can grow vegetables in any container, salad leaves,tomatoes, even runner beans and courgettes if you haven't space in the garden for them. Or on a balcony or window sill, Herbs and trailing tomatoes would growwell.
Kelways will deliver soil, plants seeds, plant food etc, very speedy delivery service.
Sandpits deliver good compost 3x 80 litre bags for £12. Thompson and Morgan do on line seed and plant deliveries, also try 'Hayloft' and 'Farmer Gracy', they will all deliver good quality plants and bulbs during lockdown. Look them up online.
The Black Sheep butchersin Langport sell vegetable plants too. Now you might have time for the gardening project that you never had time to start! If things improve by August the village flower show may be able to go ahead, so get growing in Curry Rivel!
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