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From left to right, top row: Longboat narcissus, scabiosa
pods and Cornish eucalyptus, www.thatflowershop.co.uk; Thistle Eryngium
Supernova, www.sweetpeaflowers.co.uk; Winter cherries, www.amandaaustinflowers.co.uk; Lisianthus with
muscari and jasmine, www.maryjanevaughan.co.uk
From left to right, bottom row: Skimmia leaf and heads, and
rosemary, www.jamieaston.com; Blue hyacinth, jasmine and
eucalyptus, Nikki Tibbles at www.wildatheart.com; Mimosa, www.sweetpeaflowers.co.uk; Naomi rose, muscari
and myrtle, www.paularooney.co.uk
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