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Default $64 Tomato

Anyone else read this? I'm just in the middle of it now and it's both
funny, interesting and frightening. Frightening because of the almost
obsessional lengths this man will go to for his garden - mainly the veg side
of it. But it's an eye-opener to British gardeners as to what US gardeners
struggle with in the way of 'critters'! I recommend it.
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