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leslie Wylie
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 24, 2010 1:35 pm    Post subject: Comfrey at last Reply with quote

I had to meet a man this morning to collect a virgin queen bee on an allotment near Lisburn. The allotments looked in great shape and very productive and to make allotment holders in the Republic cry the annual fee was £38. I was amazed to see that he had lots of comfrey and he was more than welling to send me home with my quee bbe and two comfrey roots
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