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I love the idea of round courgettes, they are such a charming shape and so prettily patterned. As they are hard to find, every year I promise myself that I will try to grow some, but of course I never get around to it. We have a lovely garden, but the immaculate lawn I long for tends to be taken over by a variety of wild garlic that is extraordinarily difficult to eradicate. What’s worse, it doesn’t even make nice soup, so I can’t go and flog it for a profit at Borough Market. There really is no upside, even though its white bell-like flowers look very pretty in the spring along with the white apple blossom. But that’s the time when you have to harden your heart and rip it all out.
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