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September 26, 2007

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Tough crop for elderflower? I had no idea. Is this documented somewhere? And when you refer to friends in Hertfordshire, are you by chance referring to William Ransom?

Thanks.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE your new damson, blackberries and elderflower smoothie! Please keep the damsons alive!!

yours faithfully
a big innocent fan.
x

Hello Paul.

Sorry for the tardy reply. Our Nikki (the elderflower expert) has been away checking on our pomegranates.

Regarding the elderflower harvest, she says "Due to this summer's rain, the season finished earlier than expected. The rain is not good for the elderflowers and the farmers had moved the pickers onto other fruits."

That's why we didn't have enough elderflowers.

The book really sounds very useful indeed. Thank you for sharing this to us. I know this will be a very great help when the time comes.

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