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Here are the top ten articles for the Floral Design Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Award Winning Cleomes and Other Cut Flowers
When it comes to choosing cut flowers there are more choices than ever. Here are some award winning varieties.

2. A Bountiful Harvest
Autumn is traditionally thought of as the harvest season. our own gardens are a wonderful source of floral materials for the fall season.

3. A Pot-Pourri of Floral Design Books
Though the summer is drawing to a close, our gardens should still have lots of cut flowers for the coming months. If you need some fresh ideas on what to do with your fall harvest, here´s some great floral design books.

4. Linda's Dried Flowers and Wreaths
How does a website get to be the best all-around source for wreaths and dried flowers? Through hard work.

5. Baby's Breath
Baby´s breath or gypsophila is a familiar cut flower. This filler flower is so common in the floral industry.

6. Cut Flower Garden Catalogs
For those planning cutting gardens, the following garden catalogs will be very helpful.

7. Cutting Garden Catalogs
Those with cutting gardens can choose from a number of fine seed and garden catalogs. These include the following.

8. Color Trends for 2006
People tire of the same color. We want something new. That´s basically why we have color trends that change somewhat from year to year.

9. 2009 Flowers for Cutting Gardens
For those with cutting gardens, a number of new cut flower varieties will be introduced in 2009. The following kinds can be grown from seed.

10. Tulips and Daffodils for Cutting
Spring is a wonderful time for floral designers. Here are some of the best tulip and daffodils for cut flowers.



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