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Quality Cut Flowers

Beautifully fresh arrangements, from your own garden

A fragrant nosegay of Dianthus for the breakfast table . . . a bunch of bright Zinnias tied with a ribbon for a friend's new baby . . . a single Rose in a bud vase above the kitchen sink. Such are the beauties of a cutting garden! Whether you grow flowers for cutting all together in a special place in the garden or scatter them throughout your beds and borders, do make fresh-cut flowers a part of your daily routine. It will keep you gardening year-round!