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Ursula Buchan is an award-winning garden writer and author; a regular columnist for The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator with 14 books to her name.
DNA tests prove that Alma-Ata in Central Asia – literally ‘Apple Ancestor’ – is indeed the birthplace of the apple
Anatolia has for many years been an irresistible draw to botanists and flower enthusiasts from all over the world, both for the richness of its flora and because so many flowers are endemic to the region. In other words, they grow nowhere else.
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