Susan W
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Flower fragrance dilema

I have the 1st peonies starting to bloom, and cut a few for the table. Oh the fragrance! The rose has a few blooms (Don Juan), and cut a couple for the table. I am putting in different rooms to enjoy the fragrances.

The house looks like gone to H in a Handbasket, but there are fresh flowers on the table!
Have fun!
Susan

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Kisal
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Re: Flower fragrance dilema

Susan W wrote:The house looks like gone to H in a Handbasket, but there are fresh flowers on the table!
Mine, too! :lol: :lol: :lol:

I don't have any cut flowers yet, but my Holiday cacti have been blooming constantly since Thanksgiving. That brightens things up a lot. :D
"Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?" - Douglas Adams

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I had a pot of 8 hyacinth bulbs on my table for weeks. LOVE how they smell but if we had to have the windows closed it was pretty strong!!
This is the same reason I will NOT plant lillies or hve them in the house. Bleh they are strong smelling!

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