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  House plants Friday 7 December 2001  
Millions of house plants suffer miserably through the winter months because we fail to appreciate the ecology of our homes.

Marion Kilpatrick explains why she's praying she won't get a house plant for Christmas.
And Martha discusses house plant care tips for all those inadvertent plant serial killers out there, with Veronica Richardson, Executive Officer of the Flowers and Plants Association and Andy Sturgeon, whose book Potted aims to revitalise the image of houseplants.
Potted by Andy Sturgeon (Hodder & Stoughton General, ISBN: 0340717122)

Flowers and Plants Association
BBC Gardeners' Question Time


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