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Rachel Siegfried – Growing perennials for cut flowers

Rachel Siegfried – Growing perennials for cut flowers

For enthusiasts, florists and growers who want to find out more about the growing trend in using home-grown perennials in floral arrangements. Perennials are easy, cheap to propagate and can supply cut flowers over a long period. Advice on variety selection will be accompanied by discussion of cultivation, propagation, extending the flowering period, optimum harvesting time and post harvest treatment.

$15 – or equivalent at current exchange rate (£10-£11 UK, €12-€13) plus sales tax if charged. Members get 50% off with their discount code.

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