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I have 20 or so varieties of Mustard and a few of Chicory/Endive, and I need to find a home for the majority of them as there are so many that I couldn't possible grow or pot them up. If you are willing to come out to pick them out you are welcome. They are far too big now for me to keep them until the next GV. I have plenty of compost for you to take them home in. This would need to be done pretty soon as some have just about filled the pots, making it hard to water.

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Too far away for me sorry but can I suggest, Microgreens? Eat them young in a salad :)

yes a bit far way for an after work excursion totally agree with Sophie microgreens !

There are far too many even for us to eat in salads. Also there are a lot of unusual and rarer varieties and I thought someone might like to grow them on. It was just a thought.


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