Horst Dargel, 31, served his apprenticeship in nurseries near Hamburg, then in 1951 went to Ruddington, Notts, England, to broaden his knowledge. Now a partner in a thriving Australian business, Horst send his roses halfway across a continent. He is building up a business supplying plants and trees to towns in Australian outback and sends his products as far as Darwin, capital of the Northern Territory. Married and with a baby son, horst has brought out his mother and brother out to Rockhampton to live near him. Horst (right) and his partner Willy prune roses. They have made a thriving nursery from 20 acres of Australian bushland
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