Answer: Unfortunately, I doubt you'll find bulbs anywhere at this time of year that are suitable for forcing, and if you did, I wouldn't count on them being reliable. Fortunately, there are other options. A coworker of mine started pansies in pots and used them as table decorations at her wedding, but she has a greenhouse! You could purchase pansies in six-packs at a local garden center at that time of year and pot them up for centerpieces. Another friend trained english ivy cuttings in pot to small, heart-shaped wire topiary (you could fashion them from wire hangers!). A combination of ivy AND pansies would be delightful! <br><br>Flowers for a wedding bouquet are another matter. I don't think you have enough time to have suitable flowers blooming bymid-June. You may want to try sweet peas, since they sprout early and make beautiful, fragrant bouquets, but for such an occasion, it sounds risky.<br><br>If you want to pursue these ideas, and need further direction, write us again through the Q&A page.Hope it's a wonderful wedding!
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