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Cranberry Blossom Festival held last week

by webdev

June 27, 2011

The annual Cranberry Blossom Festival in Wisconsin took place this past week, starting on Thursday and extending to Sunday, June 26, according to the Wisconsin Rapids Tribune.

The local residents were able to learn about the tiny cranberry blossoms, which are a popular summer flower in the area, at the festival. Many attendees were pleased with the festival and what they learned, and are looking forward to the next year, according to the news source.

These blooms are only one aspect to the festival as it recognizes the cranberry in many facets including offering food with cranberries and a museum exhibit that highlights the cranberry industry in the area, the media outlet reports.

These little blooms are not the only summer flowers that are being showcased in gardens across the country. According to the Mount Pleasant Patch, perennial salvia, which ranges in color from blue to red, may be the perfect addition to a garden. Also, the prairie poppy mallow, white poppy and the purple Angelecica gigas, which is a unique hot pink flower, may also be great additions to a beautiful summer flower bouquet.

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