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    Posted on February 11th, 2010 Trish 1 comment

    … and it’s a record number to be filled this Friday: a total of 30 boxes.

    All boxes will have:
    curly kale (Rest Harrow Farm, Trebetherick)
    sprout stalks (Rest Harrow Farm)
    carrots (Rest Harrow Farm)
    potatoes (Burlerrow Farm, St Mabyn)
    onions (Rest Harrow Farm)
    swede (Rest Harrow Farm)

    Standard boxes will also have:
    extra potatoes (Burlerrow Farm)
    leeks (Rest Harrow Farm)
    sprouting broccoli (Rest Harrow Farm)
    * salad bags (Jeremy Brown)

    * = grown to organic principles

     

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    • Hi Nanda

      Curly kale is a useful vegetable in the Uk winter / early spring but what we like best is the more refined Tuscan “black” kale, which is Italian. We grow it during our autumn, but I expect you could overwinter it in Portugal, provided you don’t live too far south.


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