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  • Sending Sympathy Flowers? 3 Things To Consider

    Comforting a friend or family member who has recently lost a loved one can be a difficult task. There are plenty of ways to show sympathy, including spending time with that person, making them meals, sending a card, and sending flowers. Sending sympathy flowers has been a long-standing tradition across the globe. For those who choose to take that route whenever a friend or family member has experienced a loss, there are a few things to consider.
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  • Clay Soil? Tips For Planting Trees, Shrubs, And Gardens In This Tough Terrain

    If you live in an area where the soil quality doesn't seem conducive to plants, trees, and shrubs, you may be able to counter this with proper planting techniques. Some soil may seem more like clay, especially in some parts of the southern United States, which makes it tough to till and even harder to help plants thrive and survive. Before you throw in the towel, consider some specific suggestions that could help hardy plants grow and prosper, even in clay soil.
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  • 5 Alternatives To A Classic Rose Bouquet

    Sending flowers after a first date is considered a classy move on the part of young men. However, it's wise to resist the urge to send a formal bouquet of lush roses -- these flowers are better saved for relationships that have developed beyond the first date stage. Girls may feel pressured by a showy bunch of roses, and you run the risk of appearing to be rushing things. Although it's not necessary to send flowers after first dates, it's a nice gesture after dates where obvious sparks fly.
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  • Creative Ways To Preserve And Display Flowers From A Wedding Bouquet

    In a wedding, the bouquet the bride carries is something that is considered an important keepsake after the wedding is over. These are preserved and saved, although many end up stored away and unappreciated. Instead of wasting time and money on something that is rarely going to be seen again, why not use the flowers from the bouquet to create something fun and exciting to share and display? Use as Artwork
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  • Four Flowers That Make Lovely Graduation Bouquets

    Presenting your graduate with a bouquet is a great way to show how proud you are of his or her accomplishments. Don't just stick with classic roses or carnations. Order a bouquet featuring one of these more unique flowers, and your graduate will be truly impressed with your originality. Tiger Lilies Tiger lilies are just common enough that most florists will probably have them but unique enough that your graduate is unlikely to get more than one bouquet of them.
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  • Three Wedding Flower Trends Worth Following

    Flowers are such a major part of your wedding, and you want to make sure that the blooms you pick are memorable and special. Three trends in wedding flowers have emerged for 2015, and all of them find a way to be gorgeous and affordable at the same time. If you want to have the latest trends in flowers for your wedding day, read here for the three main trends and how to use them.
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  • Can't Decide On Wedding Flowers? Ask These Questions To Pick The Right Ones

    Since a wedding day is one of the most important days of a bride's life, it's important that all of the traditions and tastes of the bride are reflected in the ceremony. Whether the wedding is a traditional one or not, one thing often stays the same for the bride – her bouquet. A wedding bouquet was used in ancient times to ward off evil spirits and protect the bride on her special day.
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