Cutting Roses For A Bouquet

I have tea roses in my garden to use in bouquets for our church altar to aid in worship. I cut the roses in the morning, sometimes a few days before I use them. I let them stand in water a few hours before I refrigerate them. This hardens them and makes them last longer. I added Sweet William and daisy to make this bouquet complete. I often share my flowers with shut-ins and rest homes.

By Twila from Versailles, MO

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