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Herbs add fragrance, texture to bouquets

publication date: Apr 1, 2011
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Erin with HerbsSpring has officially arrived and we are frantically dashing about preparing for the impending season. In order to have a steady stream of material for mixed bouquets and bulk orders, I have taken extra care to stock the garden with a huge supply of foliage and filler plants. These simple but beautiful plants, often overlooked, are the backbone of a good flower patch. Providing fragrance and texture, unexpected elements are important to good design. This month, I’ll tell you about the herbs and other edibles I use for filler; next month, I’ll write about grasses, berries, woodies, and other unusual florals.


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