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After the soggy dull summer and everlasting winter of 2017-18, I didn’t expect the to perform this season, but as I type this it’s already starting to develop long sausage-like fruitlets, pale green as yet but soon to swell and turn an unnatural, fertiliser bag blue. The late rain this season suited it

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