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Are primroses good for cutting?

Posted by steve22802 7a VA (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 14, 09 at 16:11

I have some primroses blooming right now that I was thinking of including in cut flower bouquets at market on Saturday. Does anyone else use them? Do they hold up very long?


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RE: Are primroses good for cutting?

Hey Steve, If you have the taller varieties like miracle or millers, they can hold for a couple days, you have to harden them off in the cooler or fridge over night first. I really don,t recomend using them in a market bouquet, they may wilt quicker than the rest of the bouquet & make your quality look bad. You want your costomers to keep comimg back. By the way, where are you in VA. I am just west of Charlottesville. Good luck,


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RE: Are primroses good for cutting?

I live in Harrisonburg and this will be my first season selling produce and cut flowers at our local farmers market. Do you sell at the Charlottesville market?


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RE: Are primroses good for cutting?

Not c'ville market, I have been selling at Nelson Farmers Market on Saturdays for the last 3 years & am expanding to the Verona Market On Wednesdays & Staunton also on Saturdays. I have my app. in for C'ville but there is a long waiting list. Where will you be selling?


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RE: Are primroses good for cutting?

Just the Harrisonburg Farmers market.


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