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Flower Arrangements For Delivery


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flower arrangements for delivery - WILD FLOWERS
WILD FLOWERS WORTH KNOWING!
WILD FLOWERS WORTH KNOWING!
Flowers_--White, 1 to 1-1/2 in. wide, in 3-bracted whorls of 3, borne near
the summit of a leafless scape 4 in. to 4 ft. tall. Calyx of 3 sepals; corolla of
3 rounded, spreading petals. Stamens and pistils numerous, the former
yellow in upper flowers; usually absent or imperfect in lower pistillate
flowers. _Leaves_: Exceedingly variable; those under water usually long
and grass-like; upper ones sharply arrow-shaped or blunt and broad,
spongy or leathery, on long petioles.

Flowers_--White, 1 to 1-1/2 in. wide, in 3-bracted whorls of 3, borne near
the summit of a leafless scape 4 in. to 4 ft. tall. Calyx of 3 sepals; corolla of
3 rounded, spreading petals. Stamens and pistils numerous, the former
yellow in upper flowers; usually absent or imperfect in lower pistillate
flowers. _Leaves_: Exceedingly variable; those under water usually long
and grass-like; upper ones sharply arrow-shaped or blunt and broad,
spongy or leathery, on long petioles.

84% (15)
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Congratulatory arrangement using Mickey Mouse, Gerberas, Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Liliums
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Congratulatory arrangement using Gerberas, Liliums, Orchids and sexy pink

flower arrangements for delivery
flower arrangements for delivery
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