Roses rule the state: the famous flower is well adapted to the South Australian climate

Our seduction by roses started long ago. At Knossos on Crete, Sir Arthur Evans excavated a tiles decorated with roses from a frieze dating back to the sixteenth-century BC.

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Fruity, but not thirsty

The plus for having half of your garden die as a result of drought and changes to your watering regime is that you’ve metaphorically sorted the sheep from the goats…

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