Roses have thorns – not thorns. And if you stick your nose too deep into a lily, you'll get yellow stains on it afterwards. The "minigartners" learned a lot again that day. Dieter scheffler and his colleagues buried the boys and girls on the garden show grounds in wurzburg, germany.
Where rusty airplanes used to be parked, there are now blooming roses. The former aircraft hangar of the u.S. Has become the flower hall of the state horticultural show in wurzburg, germany. Gartnermeister dieter scheffler is the coordinator and manager of the hall. He buried the mini-partners, led them through the exhibition and then into a workroom that is normally reserved for the closest employees, but on this day was also accessible to the boys and girls. After all, they had an important job to do. But first there was information from the pros.