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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. Book Review of Tulips
Tulip planting time is almost here. Plant some this fall so you can enjoy lots of blooms during the spring. This remains one of the all-time favorite cut flowers.

2. Floral Designer Marie-Francoise Deprez
Floral designer Marie-Francoise Deprez has elevated florald esign to an art form.

3. Some More Dried Herbs for Everlastings
When it comes to everlastings, there are so many kinds of herbs that are suitable. Here are just a few.

4. New Cut Flowers for 2008
With the old year 2007 behind us, it is time to look to the future with hope. This is an ideal opportunity to take a tour of the new cut flower varieties that will be introduced this year.

5. Award Winning Flowers for 2007
Each year the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers honors two plants. One is named the fresh cut flower of the year, while the other is selected as the dried flower.

6. Caladiums as Floral Greens
All sorts of foliage add beauty to floral arrangements. They fill various roles, such as adding mass to designs. Depending on the type chosen, they can also provide color, texture, and contrast. One of my favorite greens during the summer months happens to be the caladium.

7. The Story of the Poinsettia
There are two plants that symbolize the Christmas period. One is the evergreen chosen for the Christmas tree, and the other is the handsome poinsettia, which can be used as a cut flower.

8. Lilies and More Lilies for Cut Flowers
In addition to the true lilies, there are other plants known as lilies that make great cut flowers.

9. Award Winning Cutting Garden Varieties
If you´re looking for cut flower varieties for the cutting garden, do consider these classic award winners.

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



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