Now you can bring the success of your garden indoors with these tried and true favorites that make exceptional cut flowers. These flowers have long and sturdy stems, a long vase life, and of course, beauty.
All you need is clean, sharp shears, and a vase of cool water. It is best to cut flowers in the a.m. Cut the stems at an angle and immediately place in water. Don't forget to snip off 1/8 inch of stem each day as well as change out the water.
Note: all zones refer to Sunset Western garden zones
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Highlights in this Issue:
-Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine feature article
-Our new blog
-Now on Houzz
Feature in Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine:
The summer issue of Seasons features an article on a beach home and landscape on Padaro Lane in Carpenteria, California that The Aldrich Company designed. The work of landscape designer Alida Aldrich is showcased through beautiful photography of the garden. Enjoy a premier beachfront garden and view the online version of the article on Season’s blog.
Our blog is all about plants, design, tips, and tricks for your landscape. Here you will find links to the newsletter, as well as photos of past and present projects. You will also discover interesting articles that will enhance your garden. Check out this past month’s articles on getting fire ready and another on fragrant plants.
Now on Houzz!
The Aldrich Company is now presenting Ms. Aldrich’s work on the popular idea website houzz.com, where people can browse through thousands of photos and save them to ‘ideabooks.’ People can also browse professionals in their area and see their work and ratings on the site. Check out our Houzz page here and start your own ideabook!