Cut Flower Library

Poochella(7 WA)April 29, 2005

Hi, I just found this link. Many of you experienced folks will know these flowers, but I found it useful to have a quick photo and flower traits all in one place, in alphabetical order. It isn't a huge collection, (I didn't see mice skewered on forsythia for example LOL,) but a good start on some common cut flowers.

I also thought I posted this already, but it didn't show, so pardon me if it shows up twice now.

Here is a link that might be useful: Flower Library- Institute of Floral Design

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GrassIsEvil(z6 TN)

It showed up, Pooch. There's been something funky with new thread postings on some of the forums.

Wouldn't it be handy to have just such a library available with the FAQ's?

I'm thinking--do you suppose the skewers would go over as a centerpiece for a cat's birthday party? It's a whole new line of endeavor--Partying with Your Pets.


    Bookmark   April 30, 2005 at 6:43AM
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Jeanne_in_Idaho(z5 N.Idaho)

I wanna see a picture of skewered mice!!!

    Bookmark   April 30, 2005 at 4:14PM
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GrassIsEvil(z6 TN)

You've seen the shrimp skewers they have on buffets? The ones where they have the shrimp impaled on the ends of skewers and the skewers inserted into a base, so it kind of looks like a shrimp flower or shrimp bouquet?

Okay. Now. Just picture the shrimp with ears.

And tails.

Ray (who is temporarily alone in the house and can't take the isolation)

    Bookmark   April 30, 2005 at 6:11PM
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