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we shared the same joy in sydenham last week... :)

John Cooper

Home grown potatos are the most wonderful tasting in all the world.

That is one thing I have missed, when in London, is enjoying the home grown potatos that my dad cultivated. Always wanted to grow some in a pot here but never remembered at the right times.

Regards Ever

Holy Famoley

They look good enough to eat!

Dave Baker

Who would have thought that this is what it would come to after the bitterness of potato picking behind a tractor as a young lad all those years ago?!

Greg the Explorer

There's nothing quite like getting your finger nales dirty from working you r own plot and growing your own veges! Recently as a result of a group of us at church working through Ignition, a mission training workbook developed by Mark Sayers from Forge (and developer of the uber-excellent resource - The Trouble with Paris) here in Australia, we have entered in a partnership with a local community group to start a Community Garden in a low income area of the Central Coast in NSW. Government agencies are coming on board as well to get it off the ground - gardening is an excellent stress reliever and when done with other people, a great community builder.

Enjoy your spuds Jonny.

Any chance fo you ever coming to Australia?


Now, my son, you know the Compost Christ ;-)


I was thinking more along the lines of a claymation version of Mel Gibson's flick titled "The Potato Passion."

Greg the Explorer

How about a new rocky balboa film called "eye of the potato"?

jon birch

you're right, it's exactly like finding treasure.
ate our first potatoes today... they didn't even need butter they were so tasty. now that's living!

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