Harvest Festival 2021
Veggie Offline
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We are pleased to announce that G&G will be holding their Annual Harvest Festival at the end of September.
You are warmly invited to join us at this Virtual Event. [Image: wink.png]

We hope that you will share with us the finest of your crops and produce (in photographic form) and we will soon be listing some items that we would like to receive to make this Festival a success. 
Meanwhile, take lots of photos of your veg, fruit and flower harvests and keep the best ones somewhere safe in anticipation.[Image: wink.png]

Further details to follow. [Image: smile.png]
Wonky Shopkeeper & Florager in Sunshiny South Wales.  Big Grin
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Small chilli Offline
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That’s so exciting. Hopefully I’ll have something worth entering this year.
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Something to look forward to. Let's hope the summer gives us some lovely produce.
Gardening is an excuse not to do housework
Greetings from Salisbury
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I'm hoping the weather changes soon and we start getting some growth in the veg patch. So far I've got some broad beans up approx 6", potatoes in the ground are not up yet (planted first weekend in may) beetroot seedlings just starting to poke through. Autumn garlic looking good though and the globe artichoke is trying to grow again now. Hopefully we'll all get some good growing weather from now on and have lots of lovely produce to show off.
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Sounds like I'm not the only one watching my seedlings doing nothing much...Looking forward to the sunshine and the harvest!
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I find one of the hardest things is to remember to take photos, I'm usually half way through eating, by then it's to late.
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(20-05-2021, 04:39 PM)Bren Wrote: I find one of the hardest things is to remember to take photos, I'm usually half way through eating, by then it's to late.
Category: best leftovers?
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A little reminder, now that we've started harvesting to take photos ready for the Harvest Festival.
If you use the classes in last year's Festival as a guide, you'll be on the right track although there will be some subtle changes.Wink
2020 Classes:-
Best container of veg - growing or harvested
Best container of fruit - growing or harvested
Best container of flowers - growing or harvested
Tallest sunflower
Funniest veg or fruit
Most amusing Trombone squash
Best failure
Homegrown Ingredients for a meal - before and after preparation.
Something from the kitchen - jam/pickle/homebrew
A Repurposed item in the garden
Wonky Shopkeeper & Florager in Sunshiny South Wales.  Big Grin
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I’m excited  Big Grin
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