Describe My Favourite Flowers

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Hydrangeas; are my absoulte favourite flowers: They will allow you to create beautiful flowering borders and even very beautiful hedges tinted blue or pink,. they also look wonderful in pots and planters on the patio or decking. The flowers retain their appeal for a very long time, that is to say, until the middle of winter. You can even use the flowers in dried flower bouquets which looks spectacular. Blue is also my favourite colour, so when I see bushes of these outside peoples houses, I just cant get enough of them. I love their large heads: for me they are a flower that look beautiful on there own, they don’t require any other folige to make them stand out. I also love seeing them dried, their leaves look like delicate butterfly wings. I…show more content…
Lavender flowers maintain their scent for as long as two years. If they seem to fade, revive them by bringing them into a steamy bathroom for a few minutes or by lightly spritzing them with water.

Daffodil; from having welsh parents our garden in the spring was always covered in these beautiful blooms. They give me great childhood memories and are vibrant and colorful and really add a homley feel to any place. They also let us know that spring is on the way, my favourite time of year when colour is starting to come back into our gardens and parks, the days are coming longer and not only that they are a very affordable flower too.

to prepare my daffodils for a display, I start with a very clean vase. Fill it about halfway with fresh, room-temperature water. Hold the daffodils next to your vase to gauge how much stem you 'll need to trim.
Using a sharp knife or floral shears, cut stems underwater at a 45-degree angle so they don 't sit flat on the bottom of the vase, for better water absorption. You can leave the protective husks on or gently remove them. Daffodils will last longer in shallow water. Add cut-flower food to the vase; Frequent re-cutting of the stems helps prolong the life of your fleshy-stemmed
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