Grow your own garden competition
FERMOY'S Garden Centre has launched a competition for allotment societies to create their own show gardens.
Competitors will be given seeds as part of a starter kit to grow a small show garden for the Exeter Food Festival in April.
Sarah Dumont, Fermoy's spokesman, said: "Allotments are great.
"They are a fantastic way to get families and different generations together to share their gardening knowledge.
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"We want to celebrate the local allotment and demonstrate to people how easy it can be to start growing their own food at home.
"We want to embrace the knowledge of all of our local allotment societies and get them to show our visitors how to start off their own veg patch at home."
The competition will be run in April and each entrant will be given seeds, compost and growing boxes to start off their show garden and £600 of gardening vouchers will be awarded to the winners.
SEEDS TO GIVE AWAY: Connor Wickenden from Fermoy's Garden Centre ready to give away seeds to local allotment holders in Fermoy's allotment competition