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So the decision is made, the wedding is on. The next question is, of course, ‘When?’. It’s rare that I come across couples who are married within six weeks (as I was). Most people have six months to a year of planning time. And six months will give you plenty of time to make plans if you’d like to grow your own wedding flowers.

Why grow wedding fowers?

There are several reasons why you might want to grow your own blooms. The obvious ones are the cost savings, a love of gardening and

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