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Greenfingers

by Jonathan Hill
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 19/06/2018

In several months the judges would be here, admiring his carefully plotted garden – a rainbow of colours, a myriad of exotic plants. The crown had been his for the previous three years and he wasn’t about to give it up. And again he’d employ his secret weapon, to ensure his greenery would come up trumps!

“I’m honoured to see how an award-winning garden starts out,' one of his rivals said, poring over the area. “But why such a deep trough?'

He stabbed his competitor in the back, pushed him into his grave and started to pile on the compost.

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