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Team Fresh Flowers Inside, or Team Flowers Outside

By Trish
October 9, 2011

One thing that flower gardeners have is a lot of flowers. The question is: Do you bring them inside?

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Name: Lin
Florida (Zone 9b)
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Oct 8, 2011 7:36 PM CST
I love cut flowers in vases or jars or pitchers ... they make me smile when I walk through the room! I don't do it all the time but when something is blooming I will cut a few stems to enjoy inside! Whether it's bowl fulls of Gardenia bloooms, a vase with a single Red-bud cutting, a rose, common Sunflowers, Osteospermum ... I Love cut flowers! And, when nothing in the garden is in bloom, I'm known to buy a bunch of cut flowers at Wal-Mart!
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Name: Trish
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