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  • Jan Shrode

    How to make a beautiful bouquet and keep cut flowers fresh for longer. Here are four tips on how to keep flowers looking fresh and at their best, whether you have cut fresh flowers from your own garden or brought some home from the store.

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    Tips to keep a beautiful bouquet of fresh cut flowers for longer, from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

  • Judie Moffett

    Flower Bouquets: How to Keep Them Looking Fresh

  • Gwen Bryant

    How to make a beautiful bouquet and keep cut flowers fresh for longer, from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

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