4 your garden: Preparing a cut-flower garden

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Spring is just around the corner, so your garden will soon be blooming with colorful flowers of all shapes and sizes.

There’s no better way to enjoy the flowers and roses you grow than taking an armful to display in your home.

Gardening guru Linda Vater talks about planning and preparing a cut-flower garden.

While it may seem like a normal garden, it is different from a regular flower bed.

You can also view Linda Vater’s blog here.

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