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Various wild flowers on tray

Various wild flowers on tray

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Photographer: © living4media / Schütz, Anke
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Print size: approx. 28.9 × 43.35 cm at 300 dpi
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Cultivated and wild

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Ideas for creative bouquets

It`s not hard to tell the difference between an elegant bouquet made of store-bought blossoms and one made from wild flowers. But why not mix both? The flowers brought home from a walk in the woods can be used to enhance hot-house beauties picked up from the shop. Roses go well with daisies and thistles, phlox works beautifully with wild babies’ breath and Queen Anne’s lace is the perfect partner for lilies.
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