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(Studio) English economy problems haven't hurt pastime of gardening.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(London, England) Gardeners in Surrey area of England take up growing coffee plants; sales of Clarke and Spears Nursery noted. [Clarke and Spears sales manager Douglas GUY - cites practicality of growing own coffee plant. Says results will be grower's own blend of coffee.] Takes plant 3 years to produce 1 pound of coffee. [Mrs. Elizabeth MUNRO - says she can't wait to pick own beans.] Some exclusive florists, like Eric of Mayfair, also sell coffee plants.
REPORTER: Bob Simon
- Mudd, Roger;
- Simon, Bob
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