Horticulture and the quality of life

Interaction between horticulture and society is mutually beneficial, says Geoff Dixon, reporting on last summer's international congress.

by Geoff Dixon
The people-plant-place concept puts plants at centre of human quality of life - image: Geoff Dixon
The people-plant-place concept puts plants at centre of human quality of life - image: Geoff Dixon

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