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To Preserve Cut Flowers

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Parent Issue
Day
2
Month
May
Year
1873
Copyright
Public Domain
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-Placo ana.arrungc the cut flowers in a vase or deop plate, filled with water ; then cover the same wilh a gluss.suoh as are nsod in apianes, having a sinnil hole at the top as the air mnst not bo outin-ly oxcluded but Bufficieut ventilation givöu to ullow the damp to escape. A dish of wild flowers thus placed has been kept more than ten dayg in perfect beauty, making fresh buds and expanding eery day. These without a glass, would be inore difficult to fcaep i'resh and without drooping than garden or green-liou.se flowerg, but not less beautiful or worthy of care and atiition. Lord Baltimoro oonstantly rnisused , vord tor another. Por iastanoe, " I i .con," said he, " upon a Uttlo oxcor to see a ship launohed, and thero a fíner going vessel on the face oí' oartli; you'vo uü idiom bow well it

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Old News
Michigan Argus