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I can almost picture the bouquets in the story - they sound divine ! But I wonder ... What happens to the flowers & greenery once they are removed from display ? Composted, I hope ... ?

Great story Susan. Thanks for sharing it.

Just the type of the story that I dream of covering on my Garden World Report show OR, on my OWN.TV show, if selected by Oprah's new network people. I pitched it as "Eden Makers!"

Happy 4th!
Shirley Bovshow

I don't think you can compost commercially grown flowers because they are full of pesticides, fungicides, etc. I might be wrong though--would be interested to hear what others say about this.

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