There are several popular annual and perennial garden flowers suitable for picking or cutting to beautify your house. This ebook helps you discover those beautiful, repeat-blooming varieties, ideal for constant cutting to decorate any room.
This is not the definitive listing of all plants you can grow for cut flower use. There are too many to acknowledge, but if it has a stem, you can pick or cut it for a vase. The flowers listed in this ebook are easy to grow from seed or available as plants from garden centers or online nurseries.
Not included are the popular spring and summer-blooming bulbs. They form only one flower, one stem holding several flowers or those which provide only one short-term flush of bloom. It is an injustice to cut them and leave only green stems and leaves. You will receive longer-lasting enjoyment by allowing them to remain blooming in your garden.
This ebook does not instruct you on how to arrange flowers in a vase. It acknowledges which long-blooming flowers to add to the vase. And not just any flowers, but those you can repeatedly cut while enjoying them throughout the growing season in your garden.
Ever since human hands first held a bouquet of colorful petals, flowers have always been agents for enriching our lives. There will be tranquility in your garden, your house, and, ultimately, in your heart by growing and enjoying these re-blooming flowers.
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