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Among the loveliest border perennials, the distinctive, papery flowers look like small pin cushions.

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Perennials for cutting

Perennials have been grown as cut flowers for many years. Long before the Dutch flower markets became the main source for cut flowers, British nurseries, especially around London, grew perennials purely for cutting. Crates of flowers would be sent daily by train to Covent Garden. All were cut according to the season from the same perennials grown in gardens.

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What will the plants look like when they arrive?

In winter perennials are dormant which means that most plants will have no or very few leaves although....

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