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Where Do You Shop For Flowers?

Fresh-cut flowers are one of life's little luxuries. But depending on where and when you pick up your petals, you can make your much-deserved indulgence last much longer. Buying your blooms from a florist in the beginning of the week is a tried and true way to ensure they last long. On Fridays the stems tend to be more affordable, and you can still enjoy them on the weekend, though they may soon wither. Farmers markets and flower stands are also reliable resources. But grocery stores are notorious for peddling petals past their prime. Where do you pick yours up?

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Sundaydrive Sundaydrive 7 years
Trader Joe's!
bunnyhorse bunnyhorse 7 years
I don't buy flowers. I sometimes pick wildflowers, when they are in abundance, but I never buy flowers. I find them a waste of my money, no matter how pretty they are. I love succulents & potted plants for their beauty and longevity.
tee0206 tee0206 7 years
Usually Whole Foods.
stellaRuby stellaRuby 7 years
Farmers markets when they are open and a Whole Foods type store the rest of the year.
alycia1987 alycia1987 7 years
All of my flowers come from assorted craft stores and/or dollar stores. Having faux-foliage is a lot more cost-effective, and the pretty lasts way longer!
flyinggrip flyinggrip 7 years
Most of my plants came from Amish owed greenhouses
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
I save the clippings when I prune my ornamental plants.
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