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Cut Flower Library

Posted by Poochella 7/ WEST WA (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 29, 05 at 13:10

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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RE: Cut Flower Library

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.


RE: Cut Flower Library

I wanna see a picture of skewered mice!!!

RE: Cut Flower Library

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)

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