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Cliff Richard’s music kills plants – Black Sabbath makes them thrive

by | 22nd, April 2013

England Wimbledon Cliff Richard

THE relationship between music and plants has been long muttered about, despite the fact plants don’t have ears. Prince Charlies plays songs to his shrubbery and even Stevie Wonder dedicated an entire LP to our flowering friends.

However, a new experiment has shown that Sir Cliff Richard’s music may actually kill our green cousins.

Chris Beardshaw told BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time that flowers kept near to the hits of Cliff Richard had all perished, although, foul play has not been ruled out.

“Those in the Cliff Richard house all died. Sabotage was suspected but we couldn’t prove it,” he said.

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