In his book “If I were to Make a Garden” E H Wilson stated that he had introduced 25 species of wild rose to the West, and from the expedition to Japan (1911–1916), he also collected 63 named forms of cherry blossom.
So there you go ... probably something new that you now know!
Cauliflowers are mainly grown in Lincolnshire as well as Cambridgeshire, Kent, Evesham [in Worcestershire - about 12 miles from us], and Cornwall. They are currently being imported from Holland so prices will be high. Therefore, I’d forget the trend for cauliflower ‘rice’ and pizza crusts for the time-being!
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* Belas Knap is a particularly fine example of a Neolithic long barrow, with a false entrance and side chambers. Excavated in 1863 and 1865, the remains of 31 people were found in the chambers. It is an English Heritage site.