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Out In The Cold

Nothing much happening down my plots this week except for Dandelion clearing so I've just posted this information on seed vouchers from vegetableseeds.net. They currently have 3 ways of obtaining vouchers.

1. Seed review.
2. Start your own blog.
3. Linking to them.

This is the link to their site for more details.     CLICK HERE

Enjoy.

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