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Scapes are the flowering stem of any hardneck garlic variety such as Elephant Garlic. They are in season in May for about 6 weeks only.
Can you believe that this year marks the 5th anniversary of West Hampstead farmers market? Thank you so much for your support; we hope that you
keep enjoying the market for another 5 years.
You may have seen very early strawberries for sale at some markets, on Fiveways Fruit Farms stall. Julian Mead explains.
Find out what's at your local market in spring...