5 thoughts on “Leaf It Out

  1. garthicus

    “Perpetual spinach is actually a chard (beet family) but is very similar to true spinach in flavour. We prefer it as it is much easier to grow and far more vigorous than true spinach. It also has the advantage of constantly producing a new crop when picked and so is ideally suited to gardening in a small space.”

  2. Truth in the News

    Where was it grown, what about this spoof about traceability and cross compliance and where is new
    EU legislation on PDO, trade mark ie “Products of Designated Origin”, one thing is obvious Musgrave
    didn’t grow it in Tramore Road

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