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Save On Flowers

The best place to get flowers is from your own yard.

If you want to brighten up a room, bring a smile to someone's face, or make yourself happy, a beautiful bouquet of flowers can do the trick. Flowers are great for any time, any place, and any situation and you can find them easily at your local florist, grocery store, or you can buy them online.

But one of the best ways to save money on flowers is to pick them from your own yard. It's as simple as walking out into the yard, finding beautiful flowers growing right where you planted them, and cutting them to make a beautiful bouquet.

The only tools you will need to put together your own bouquet of flowers is a pair of gloves, a set of clippers or or a pair of scissors, a vase, and water. With these tools, usually found around the house, you are set to bring colorful flowers, wonderful fragrances, and a sense of happiness into home, all with your own hands.

You can use homegrown flowers for all occassions such as birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, holidays, weddings, and for any other occassion. Most people will feel a touch of joy when they find out that you went through all the trouble of making a bouquet yourself. You can feel good about it too, even though you know it didn't take that much time or trouble.

Some of the most common garden flowers that make great vase bouquets are roses, tulips, irises, lilies, carnations, freesia, hydrangea, sunflowers, and many others. You can also grow other flowers and berries to use in your home grown bouquets that include snowberry, witch hazel, crocus, honeysuckle, winter rose and snowdrops.

When you buy flowers from stores or order them online, they can be expensive. To save money, try growing and harvesting them yourself and you will find the experience very rewarding. It will give you a reason to spend some time outdoors and you will get a little excercise as an added bonus.

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