THE hot summer of 1976 and soaring vegetable prices – along with TV show The Good Life – encouraged a greater interest in grow-your-own fruit and veg. Lawns were dug up, demand for allotments increased, and sales of vegetable seeds were greater than those for flowers.
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January 18, 2020