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A flower farm with a wedding theme

publication date: Sep 1, 2012
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cutting gardenThe Cutting Garden in Sequim, Washington, is a pick-your-own flower farm. It’s also an elaborate and meticulously maintained display garden — 2.5 acres of perennial beds and winding paths. It’s a gorgeous wedding venue, with a backdrop of mountains behind a long wooden pergola where up to 40 couples per year promise to love and cherish one another. It has an acre of lavender for the wholesale market. And it’s home to various other endeavors such as plant sales and bouquet subscriptions.

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