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Marina Andreeva's flower power

On one of the most exciting young horticultural talents in Ireland

31st January, 2016
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Lush planting in the Glasshouse at Wisley

Marina Andreeva has gone from experimenting with orchids in her Moscow apartment to become one of the most exciting young horticultural talents in Ireland

Andreeva always had a passion for horticulture. One of her earliest memories is of thinning radish seedlings in her grandmother’s vegetable garden. “They thought I was insane for doing that rather than playing with my cousins on a nice summer’s day,” she said. But Andreeva was determined....

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