The Plantsman

December 2015

In this issue of The Plantsman, Charles Quest-Ritson looks at how the popularity and development of Tea roses has progressed since their origins in the early 19th century. And Martin Gardner finds out how a collaboration with artists is highlighting the threats to Chilean plants as well as their horticultural potential.

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Mike Grant

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