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Peter Korn – Positive thinking about ‘difficult’ conditions

Peter Korn – Positive thinking about ‘difficult’ conditions

How to turn challenging factors like drought, wind, salt or flooding to something positive. Peter Korn has established a reputation for promoting the somewhat counterintuitive idea that many plants grow well in deep beds of sand or gravel. Here, with examples from public projects and his own private garden at Klinta in southern Sweden, he explains his techniques.

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