Carlotta Luke

February 28, 2018

 

 

Forget snowdrops: one of the first signs of spring is Seedy Saturday, where local horticulturalists and gardeners swap seeds and nuggets of grow-your-own advice. Carlotta Luke was there, of course, and she caught: Anne-Marie Sullivan’s wicker workshop (above); some ‘stinking hellebore’ seeds; Landport Community gardeners making newspaper planters; Michael Hanson from Bread4Life.org on a wooden bicycle-powered wheat-grinding machine, and Chloe Edwards from Seven Sisters’ Spices running her savoury café. A green-fingered bunch indeed: let’s hope it’s a good season for them.

 

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