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Warwickshire Master Gardeners receive tips from the top


Warwickshire Master Gardeners receive tips from the top

The first Master Gardeners from Warwickshire gathered at Garden Organic’s Ryton headquarters to learn about the programme, share tips and advice and meet other growing enthusiasts.

Find your nearest Warwickshire Master Gardener for local advice growing food – including the chance for 12 month free support

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