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Where can I get some tomato plants in SE1 please?

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Thursday 22 April 2004 8.55am
Great, he's fallen for it...
Thursday 22 April 2004 9.02am
If you look at the punctuation, you'll find I was offering to water you not the plants :0)



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Thursday 22 April 2004 10.49am
East street market today. Also down Grange Road at the Blue Anchor mkt.
Thursday 22 April 2004 11.07am
You're absolutely right Ivan. I shall have to read that book with the panda on the front.

Thanks for the kind offer nevertheless. I don't need watering at the moment thank-you, after a whole day's sailing on the Thames yesterday. Will let you know when I get a bit dry and we can sort out some watering-holes.
Thursday 22 April 2004 12.16pm
Eats, roots & shoots?

More bizarrely, have you ever done the Walnut Tree Walk?
Jon
Thursday 22 April 2004 1.10pm
eats shoots and leaves

better without punctuation, as then it can be as ambiguous as the original verbal joke is intended.
Thursday 22 April 2004 2.25pm
so was mine - I mean mapmaker's



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Monday 10 May 2004 3.57pm
eBay. search 'tomato plant'.
Monday 10 May 2004 6.27pm
Does anyone know where to get rocket seed? My mother can't get it anywhere in The Netherlands and she says it should be easier here.
Monday 10 May 2004 6.45pm
Hi Maurits

Aside from the usual (Homebase and B&Q), this site has 2 variations of rocket seed. I've never ordered from them before but a quick search on Google points to this.

http://www.capitalgardens.co.uk/acatalog/Salad_Leaves.html

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