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Fresh Cuts: Unexpected Arrangements with Branches, Buds, and Blooms

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Fresh Cuts: Arrangements with Flowers, Leaves, Buds & Branches is an exciting new look at the unexpected possibilities the plant world offers for beauty and enjoyment. It will change the way we approach flower arranging. The one hundred elegant photographs by John M. Hall and the charming, informative text by garden designer Edwina von Gal show that one's choices for n ...more
Paperback, 148 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Artisan
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Laura
Sep 04, 2009 Laura rated it really liked it
This really isn't a floral display book despite the title. Actually, it is more of a field guide of different plants and shrubs and their botanical quirks and needs. It was much more informative than I ever expected, and I really enjoyed it because of it's natural history bent.
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