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Making Flowers Last

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by Emma Elwin on 15 April, 2017

For me, the reward after cleaning the whole house is that I get to put fresh flowers on the dining table. I tend to buy flowers that look just as good when they’ve dried out, which is a good way of making them last longer.

However, I didn’t mind at all when my mother brought me with these beautiful white tulips the other day. To me, that means spring is truly here!

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Stephanie Mitchel: I often come home with a bunch of lovely flower and want to keep them alive as long as possible. Than goodthing of working in a flower shop isthat there are sometimes flowers left, not suitable to be arranged in bouquets on the next day. I often dry them too. Decorating the house with dried flowers adds such a rustic feeling to the house.
September 5, 2017

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