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I love that you get so much mileage from your flowers, Sue. 🙂
Well, it makes up for not getting out sometiMes
Flowers to brighten the day
Even though they are nearly finished!
Yes, even then, the decay gives them a new aspect
Yes, it does!
ooh they’re at the drooping stage!
Brown and slightly whiffy, some of them, those have been chucked away this morning!
Glad you don’t keep the whiffy ones
Remnants, Sue…. roll on the next bunch 🙂 🙂
I signed up to du Chemin’s contract sheet yesterday. Prepare to be amazed 🤣🤣🤣🤣💕
Or not! 🤭💕
A beautiful and artistic arrangement, Sue. 😍
On its way out!!
Beautiful bouquet. 😀
Well, on its way out!
Drooping nicely, Sue. Well done! 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Well, I got rid of the snapdragons and lisianthus as they were beginning to smell a bit, so not much left for further droop!
I change the water in my fresh flowers every day, and cut the stems a tiny bit. Helps them last longer. This is still beautiful!
I do change the water, but not every day!
Well, I talk to the flowers while I do so. But don’t tell anyone!
Ah, that’s where I’m going wrong!!
Try it! 💚