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.
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…Read more "Fruity, but not thirsty"
The drought has South Australians thinking about their gardens. It’s even been suggested to me (by one of the Review’s August columnists) that Adelaide’s gardens are the best they’ve ever looked this spring.Read more "Droughts Don’t Deter Roses"