Climate will change crops

Climate change is set to have a profound effect on British gardens -and could also impact the nation's agriculture.

Research by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has found that climatechange could spell the end of traditional English country plants andlawns. And there is also a fear that the change in weather will scupperfruits like apples, which may well need to be replaced with more tropicalcrops.

The RHS predicts that southern areas of the UK could now be able to groworange and lemon

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