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Do you prefer to have cut flowers or live ones?


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Sheila Brown (sgbrown) says

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    Sounds wonderful sgbrown. I like the idea of keepsake plants.

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    Caren White (OldRoses) 4 years ago

    Oh, dear. I thought the term "cut flowers" referred to flowers from the florist or that I had harvested from my gardens and brought inside.


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Nithya Venkat (Vellur) says

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    Yes they will, Vellur.

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Catherine Tally (cat on a soapbox) says

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    What a lovely idea, cat!

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    I like live ones, too. I have a tiny back yard in a rental, and grow a few flowers in window boxes. When it gets too cold, I will bring them in, boxes and all, and see if they will survive.


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Kate McBride (Kate Mc Bride) says

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    Deb Hirt (aviannovice) 4 years ago

    I love to grow things. When I was back home in Maine, I'd have flowers everywhere, as my father had planted many varieties. There were lilacs, too, which I would cut and bring inside, as they smelled so nice. Still had the flowers, outside, though

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