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The Famous Vegetable Garden Playing Cards

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The Famous Vegetable Garden Playing Cards £4.25
The Famous Vegetable Garden Playing Cards

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These great vegetable playing cards contain 54 beautifully portrayed vegetables, illustrated by Ann Agillies. Some are traditional favourities, others you may have heard of but never tasted. Each vegetable is accompanied with an interesting fact.


Did you know that the Swede is a very modern vegetable only originating from Bohemia in the 17th century and that the earliest consumption of the potato dates back to at least 3000BC?


Great pack for whatever is your favourite card game, ideal as bridge playing cards, whist playing cards and family playing cards.


Sophie's comment:


As a family we're love playing cards, works cross generationally and for all ages, so whether it's betting whist (for points not money), rummy, racing demon or hearts, we always have at least one pack of cards nearby. These famous collection of cards have proven very popular with all our family and friends, people love the different pictures. Let us know your favourite pack of cards or favourite family card game. 

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