Flowers A to Z: buying, growing, cutting, arranging

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Harry N. Abrams, Mar 1, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
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Gorgeous full-page color photographs of flowers are accompanied by smaller pictures and captions illustrating care, growing, arranging, etc. A box on each spread answers questions about common names of the flower shown, colors available, scent, length of vase life, and more. Fully illustrated sections give useful information about basic tools and containers. The lush pictures, oversize format, and impressive bulk make this a stunning gift.

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Review: Flowers A to Z: Buying, Growing, Cutting, Arranging - A Beautiful Reference Guide to Selecting and Caring for the Best from Florist and Garden

User Review  - Serena - Goodreads

Pretty good. The best cut flower ref. guide I found was by Gilly Love. It's out of print now - I got my copy on ebay. Read full review

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Heffernan owns a floral design business, Flowers by Cecelia, and a flower, garden, and home shop, Flower Hardware, Jackson Hole, Wyoming where she lives.

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