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  • Denna Elizabeth

    Make those PINK flowers YELLOW and this would be perfect!!! I like the pussy willow branches in there, my favorite.

  • Susan B

    What Will Be in Bloom on Your Wedding Day? now I'm second guessing not having fresh flowers

  • Creations by Diana

    Love the color combo of these beautiful flowers

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break out those pretty china pieces and create a simple centerpiece

No more droopy tulips: Add a copper coin to the vase to keep your tulips standing tall and straight - even if they are already bending, they will straighten after you drop a penny in their water!

  • "at home" with Meg

    have a vase full of tulips on my kitchen island right this minute - going to find a penny - but they are straight, so maybe I will wait until they droop to test this theory

  • Barbara Naugle

    I actually tried this last Saturday and my tulips still look GREAT !

  • Jessica Juarez

    Do you think this will work with other types of flowers as well?

  • Barbara Naugle

    Probably, but I haven't tried it yet!

colorful tulips and grape hyacinths, Tulip Garden, Mt Vernon, Washington

very french country. ranunculus, grape hyacinth


Hyacinths ჱ ܓ ჱ ᴀ ρᴇᴀcᴇғυʟ ρᴀʀᴀᴅısᴇ ჱ ܓ ჱ ✿⊱╮ ♡ ❊ ** Buona giornata ** ❊ ~ ❤✿❤ ♫ ♥ X ღɱɧღ ❤ ~ Th 29th Jan 2015

'Pussy willow' is a name given to many of the smaller species of the genus Salix (willows and sallows) when their furry catkins are young in early spring.