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Consider planting a cutting garden if you want beautiful chemical-free blooms to decorate the house or table

17th June, 2018
Abraham Darby rose and Peony Buckeye Belle

If you love flowers, but don’t like the idea of cut-flowers being doused in harmful chemicals and being flown halfway around the world, why not plant a cutting garden? It really is very easy to have a patch that will throw out bouquet after bouquet, and the more you pick, the more your plants will produce.

Depending on your garden situation, you can choose to focus on perennials or annuals or both. If...

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