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Paul Plant
Editor, subTropical Gardening
B.App.Sc (Hort. Tech)
Fellow of Australian Institute of Horticulture.

Paul Plant is available for horticultural industry events, seminars, garden shows, nursery staff training, landscape design assessments, private garden consultations and garden club talks.

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Consultancy is a paid service.

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