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Tag: Flowers for the vase

Bulbous Plants

Agapanthus inapertus - Drooping Agapanthus (Flowers in Jan to Mar)
Albuca nelsonii - Candelabrum Lily (Flowers in Sep to Dec)
Albuca tortulosa - (Flowers in Oct)
Ammocharis coranica - Ground Lily (Flowers in Oct to Jan))
Aristea ecklonii - Blue Stars (Flowers in Oct to Dec)
Boophane disticha – Tumbleweed (Flowers in Jul to Oct)
Bulbiine abyssinian - Golden Stars (Flowers in Spring)
Bulbine frutescens - Stalked Bulbine (Flowers in Sept to Jun)
Bulbine natalensis – Broad Leaved Bulbine (Flowers in Spring)

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Flowers for the vase.

Agapanthus praecox - Common Agapanthus, Aloe arborescens - Krantz Aloe Amaryllis belladonna, Asparagus sp, Bulbine sp, Chondropetalum tectorum, Clivia miniata - Clivia, Cotyledon orbiculata - Pig's Ear, Crassula multicava - Fairy Crassula, Crinum bulbispermum and others, Crocosmia aurea - Falling Stars, Cussonia paniculata - Cabbage Tree, Dierama pendulum - Hairbell, Dombeya rotundifloia - Wild Pear, Eucomis autumnalis - Pineapple Flower, all ferns, Gerbera jamesonii - Barberton Daisy, Gloriosa superba - Flame Lily, Greyia sutherlandii - Natal Bottlebrush, Helichrysum petiolare - Imphepho,
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Tips to make cut flowers last .

Cut the flowers in the early morning when it is cool. Take a bucket of water with you and put the stems into the water as soon as they are cut. Strip the stems of leaves that will be in the water once they have been arranged. Those with milky latex need to be sealed by either burning them or dipping them in boiling water. Woody stems should be crushed so that they will absorb more water. Some folk drop an asprin in the water and others use a few drops of Homeopathic Rescue Remedy to encourage them to last longer.
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