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Flower Care

Common Questions: Advice for new gardeners about planters.

27 May 2011

Q. Do you have any tips for a first time gardener of potted outdoor plants? A. Outdoor planters (also called container gardens) are a great alternative to traditional in ground or “flower bed” planting. There are a few key things to keep in mind when planting in containers. 1. Make sure the container you choose [...]

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The Secret to Lowe’s Floral’s Lasting Power: Why Your Lowe’s Bouquet Lasts So Long!

26 March 2010

You bouquet from Lowe’s Floral last so long in your home or at your office because Lowe’s is your source for expert advice on cut flower care! Your local Minot florist delivers only the freshest flowers that we purchase from all over the world to maintain our excellent selection. Flowers fly in two to three [...]

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Lowe’s Floral is Your Cut Flower Food Expert in Minot

23 March 2010

Lowe’s Floral is your Minot expert on care and handling of cut flowers. In the next series of blog posts, we want to explore the entire life cycle of fresh cut flowers and help you get the maximum enjoyment out of your cut flower bouquets. Much of this information can also be used by gardeners [...]

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Lowe’s Floral Is Your Local Minot Cut Flower Care Expert

22 March 2010

Lowe’s Floral, your local Minot, ND florist offers fresh flowers delivered in town and to surrounding communities, and expert care advice! The best way to take care of fresh flowers in your home is to make sure to add fresh, clean water daily to all arrangements (both in foam and in vases). For arrangements in [...]

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