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Peonies, sweet peas and roses: How to display your cut flowers

Peonies, sweet peas and roses: How to display your cut flowers

If rain threatens to leave your home-grown peonies and roses a soggy mess, now is the time to cut them and bring their beauty and scent indoors.

Sweet peas also need cutting regularly to promote fresh blooms and extend the season, so should be snipped when they appear and enjoyed indoors.

“Peonies, roses, and sweet peas really look their best when they’re displayed in their own individual vases and then grouped together to create a contemporary and chic look, ideal for displaying in your living room or on your dining table,” says celebrity florist Larry Walshe, founder of plastic-free luxury online floristry service Bloom (bybloom.co.uk), whose clients have included Rihanna, Adele and Stella McCartney.

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