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Friday, February 20, 2015

ASTER

On so many party or ceremony, I find 'once used flower arrangement'.
For me it's not good enough.
Sometime we still find some fresh and beautiful flowers are wasted.
So, I take the fresh parts and re-arrange them into a new flower arrangement.
A cheap way to get the beauty that I couldn't find in my own home garden.
These are the aster on my new flower arrangement that I took it from a planting ceremony.
Actually, they were wasted before...
Now, just beautiful and fresh...








10 comments:

  1. I agree that it is a shame to waste the flowers - your arrangements are lovely

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    1. Thanks, Sue. They are too pretty to be wasted

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  2. I never waste flowers and I love asters!

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  3. Lovely aster, Endah!
    I bought aster seed for this spring seedlings.

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    1. Thanks Nadezda. I have never success on growing aster from seed. I don't know, it caused by low quality seeds or my technique on sowing and germinating the seed.

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  4. I really like asters. For me bloom in late summer in August, September.
    Greetings.

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    1. I want to see your aster this summer. It must be so beautiful, so lovely!

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  5. Asters, like Chrysanthemums, have a long vase life. I think of them as great filler flowers, because we can add other focal-point flowers to fill in with time. You've created some beautiful arrangements!

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    1. You are a great flower arranger. And know a lot of things about flower arrangement. I have to learn from your. Thank you.

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