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Longtime wildflower grower talks varieties and floral design

publication date: Jan 1, 2019
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When Canadian musicians Annie Douris and Nick Boyd were preparing for their wedding, they went to Miriam Goldberger’s Wildflower Farm in Coldwater, Ontario, to pick buckets full of flowers, including Baptisia stems filled with seedpods. At the wedding, each guest pulled several Baptisia stems from a huge turquoise basin. The moment the couple was pronounced married, guests shook the stems to serenade the couple with maraca-like sounds.

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