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Satisfying Salvia

Ralph MitchellFebruary 16th, 2021By Ralph E. Mitchell Flowering varieties of Salvia are a gardener’s favorite as they provide a wide range of color and form. With colors from scarlet red to blue to white, in both annual and perennial plants of native and non-native origins, Salvia offers a plant suitable for all gardens. In particular, let’s take a […]

Success Using Cut Flowers

Terry DelValleFebruary 7th, 2018Success using cut flowers is easy if you follow a few basic steps. Perhaps you purchased a bouquet or were the lucky recipient of flowers, but they only lasted a few days. Follow these simple step-by-step instructions to increase the longevity of your bouquet. Start with a clean vase. Kill any bacteria by sterilizing the […]

How to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh and Vibrant

Samantha MurrayFebruary 8th, 2016Ever wonder how you can keep cut flowers fresh and vibrant? Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and that means you might be receiving flowers from loved ones. After the initial oohs and ahs, many of us stick the bouquet in a vase with a little water and hope for the best, though this […]

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