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HOW TO CREATE A CUTTING GARDEN: To start out, consider limiting the varieties to a manageable half-dozen.) Try to focus on flowers that have longer stems, which will make them the best candidates for cutting and arranging. Include a few of each that bloom in spring, midsummer, and late summer to keep you in business all season long. (more info - this is just a snippet from the article)

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Stepping Stones - Wendy Devenney thought of you when I saw this...not sure how your mom got hers to be curved to serve as a bowl. Now, where to find giant leaves LOL