Tea production is a key industry in Kenya, where millions of people depend on it for a living. Can waste from sugarcane make processing the crop more environmentally friendly?…
Once upon a time it all looked rosy – their bright buds a staple of parks and gardens. But sales of home-grown rose bushes have plummeted in recent decades as they are deemed ‘old-fashioned and twee’. Now, alarmed by the plant’s wilting popularity, experts have launched a campaign to revive the rose – with next month’s Chelsea Flower Show presenting an opportunity for a formal ‘call to arms’. Sales of home-grown rose bushes have plummeted in recent decades as they are deemed ‘old-fashioned and twee’ Celebrity gardener David Domoney, who is backing the campaign, told The Sunday Telegraph: ‘Young people see the rose as old-fashioned and twee and what their grandparents grew. So it’s time we…appreciated its versatility – its beauty, use in perfumes, health treatments and even in food.’
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