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  Red Hot Pokers 30 June 2004  
Lighting up the garden

Summer is supposed to be the season of sun and heat,  but even when the weather is dull and cool, there's a plant that can always stir up a warm glow in the garden, as Corinne Julius discovered when she joined Maggie Campbell-Culver author of The Origins of Plants, in her garden. 

The Origins of Plants by Maggie Campbell-Culver is published by Eden Books,Transworld, ISBN 1903919401

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