Tag: cut flowers

Dried Floral Material Worth Recycling

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UNITED STATES—Gardens might be colorful throughout the year here. There is not much time between the latest of the autumn flowers and the earliest...

Flowers Might Be Getting Scarce

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UNITED STATES—It makes sense for flowers to bloom in spring. Winter is too cool, windy and damp for both flowers and the insects that...

Flowers For Home And Garden

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UNITED STATES—There is a difference. Hybrid tea and grandiflora roses were bred to be excellent cut flowers for the home. They bloom on long...

Spring Blossoms Precede Summer Fruit

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UNITED STATES—Cherry blossoms are such an excellent tradition in Washington D.C., as well as in Japanese neighborhoods of the West Coast. 'Kwanzan' and 'Akebono'...

Improvise While Flowers Are Scarce

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UNITED STATES—Much of the color in the garden through autumn and winter is provided by foliage. Some foliage turns color as the weather gets...

Try Some Unconventional Cut Flowers

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UNITED STATES—There is nothing like growing our own; whether vegetables, fruit or cut flowers. Most fruit and vegetables are grown to be eaten, so...

Chrysanthe-Mum Is The Word

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UNITED STATES—Only a few decades ago, when horticulture was taken more seriously, potted blooming plants like chrysanthemums, orchids, azaleas, hydrangeas, lilies and even poinsettias,...

Summer Flowers Make The Cut

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UNITED STATES—It would seem obvious that there would be more flowers to cut to bring into the home during summer than there would be...

Conifers And Other Evergreen Foliage

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UNITED STATES—'Conifer' and 'evergreen' are almost synonymous. Of the two, 'evergreen' is the more familiar term. Some people do not know what a 'conifer'...
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