Best Foliage Shrubs To Grow For Flower Arranging

Summary

Fierceblooms shares five great shrubs to grow in your cut flower garden to provide foliage to go along with your sustainable flowers.
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Writing on this blog, I frequently get carried away waxing lyrical about the most beautiful and scented of seasonal, locally-grown British Flowers.

However, any flower grower starting out making floral arrangements comes to realise that you need foliage in your arrangement just as much as focal flowers.

In this video I tell you five great shrubs to grow in your cut flower garden to provide foliage to go along with the beautiful flowers.

Enjoy!

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