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Martha Stewart's year-round flowers

by webdev

January 12, 2011

Martha Stewart has issued an article detailing some of her favorite seasonal blooms, giving flower enthusiasts ideas for introducing floral themes throughout the year.

"My objective is to have beauty to look at wherever I am, but most important, to have flowers and foliage to cut for seasonal arrangements for my homes," wrote Stewart on Boston.com.

According to the news source, Stewart's favorite blooms include soft-white amaryllis for the winter, tulips, hyacinths and bleeding hearts in the spring, peonies, roses and clematis in the summer as well as dahlias and Chinese lanterns in the fall.

For blooms that can be enjoyed year-found, flower lovers should look for a few choice perennials that they can re-pot or eventually send as flower gifts. Lilies, peonies and roses all make excellent perennials in bouquets or flower gardens, according to GardenGuides.com.

The website recommends planting "a perennial flower garden filled with blooming aromatic herbs that will add spice to your culinary endeavors and scents for your aromatherapy oils, and attract bees and butterflies to your garden."


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