Grow an angel rose (Rosa chinensis) in odourless elephant poo.
In the wild, elephants eat and then scatter a wide range of seeds in their dung, providing an ideal nutrient-rich place for young plants to grow. This dung is taken from UK zoos and safari parks and is treated to make it germ and odour free.
Simply sow the seeds, water the box and watch the roses grown. When bigger, plant out in your garden.
An elephant can produce one tonne of dung per week. You can grow a lot of roses in that.
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