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Re: Re: SHOW: Advance Prep

Many more years ago than I like to think about I had a flower shop and purchased such boxes of flowers. Often open blossoms had cotton balls placed in them. It was kind of messy to get the cotton out unless it was damp but it did seem to keep petals from being injured. Rolled up newspaper supported the blossoms from the back. Today there are other methods so your florist may be able to recommend them to you.

There is some question in my mind about how to protect the actual open blossoms with this method--


Anner Whitehead Richmond VA USA
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