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Specialty Cut Flowers: New varieties are worth a try this year

publication date: Jan 1, 2001
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We are having one of those winters that we usually just get to read about. Cool, rainy, and dark. The kind where you are supposed to curl up by the fire and read seed catalogs. Actually, we have been working in, and on, the greenhouses, (we are building yet another--No.8) and catching up on construction projects (after 4 years, our new bedroom is done, finally creating a child-free zone in part of our house!). But for those of you who actually get comfortably snowed in, sitting by the fire, here are a few new (or new to us) varieties to look for.

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