Cut Flowers - Heresy or Heaven

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Cut Flowers - Heresy or Heaven

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originally a starblvd post by MEF, Mar/8/2004 13:30:32 [-05 EST]

In the past I always thought of cut flowers as something to get for a special ocasion. Now I have changed my mind - everyday is a 'special ocasion'. Well, not really, but, why not enjoy blooms all the time? OK, so it's costly; well, not horribly. For about $7.00 CAD a week we can have flowers of all kinds all the time. Is this an 'extravagance' other forum posters indulge in?
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originally a starblvd post by David, Mar/12/2004 08:38:36 [-05 EST]


For me, it's not a question of money. I buy cut flowers for certain female relatives because I know they like them but in my own home I prefer to see flowers growing in the ground or in a pot.
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re: cut flowers

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originally a starblvd post by llizard, Mar/12/2004 10:20:43 [-05 EST]

I think cut flowers are a wonderful thing to have in the house - especially in the bleakness of winter. But I've always considered them an extravagance. MEF, you have put the extravagance in perspective. Cdn$7 a week? That's quite reasonable.

It might also cure me of this following bad habit that occurs when having cut flowers only rarely. One is loathe (or forgets) to toss them out.
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another bonus!

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originally a starblvd post by MrsBrown, Mar/17/2004 11:50:19 [-05 EST]


The daffodils are so pretty that it makes me want to show them off on the (now) rubble free dining room table.

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