It's All Cut and Dry: Cutting Flowers

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New York Botanical Garden Expert Sonia Uyterhoeven on Sep 24, 2008 at 6:14PM

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It's All Cut and Dry: Cutting Flowers

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It's All Cut and Dry: Cutting Flowers

by New York Botanical Garden Expert Sonia Uyterhoeven

Bring nature indoors with a bouquet of fresh-cut flowers. Flowers for arrangements can be taken from flowering trees, shrubs, perennials, bulbs or annuals. Annuals are some of the best candidates for cut flowers since they produce many flowers over a long season. 'Nadezhda,' for example, is a wonderfully fragrant and floriferous lilac from Russia.

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