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Flowers For Every Women In This Forum

Do you like to get flowers?


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Tight_N_Juicy

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I love plants in general.

Orchids and cactus flowers are my favorites.

My house is getting very close to jungle status.
 
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I’m a plant killer. Of course, I do have help - the cats love to dig them up. But I love flowers.
 
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You have undoubtedly good climate in your house :)

It's my hobby, I have a humidifier with the plants that need it, and I keep the ones that need less sin another part of the house in the bigger window area.

I actually love in a horrible climate for plants, but I do what I have to for my green babies.
 
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I love to get flowers .. but especially ones I can keep growing...orchids are beautiful ..

But there is something special about receiving a dozen red roses :heart:. Especially when they aren't expected..
 
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I've always been the recipient of extravagant amounts of masculine attention so receiving flowers par of the course.
The pleasure of receiving them is sometimes tempered by finding who the sender was.
While it's not the flowers fault they were sent by some mindless half wit with delusions of grandeur
I'll rip the note up, take them out of their box and rearrange them in a nice vase and refuse to acknowledge
that they've been sent.
On the rare occasion I've binned them if the sender is particularly odious.

These days I prefer a living plant and I'm very partial to receiving rare tropical fruit trees as a gift
and a token of affection.
There are several varieties of Jakfruit I haven't managed to aquire yet.
 
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I like living plants.

It's always struck me sad to kill something because it's beautiful then artistically arrange the bodies to present to a loved one.

I can won over with anything vining, ferns and succulents.
My sister is the same way. “Don’t send me dead things” she says. I’m fine with it. Especially since I’ll murder the live ones. I’ll keep the vase flowers pretty longer than the ones in a pot, sadly.
 

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My sister is the same way. “Don’t send me dead things” she says. I’m fine with it. Especially since I’ll murder the live ones. I’ll keep the vase flowers pretty longer than the ones in a pot, sadly.
You can have all my cut flowers in exchange for any hapless green thing that finds its way to your not-as-green as others thumb.
 

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I prefer living, but cut flowers will do
I like forcing bulbs. It’s the best of both worlds.
If a man ever forced hyacinths out of season for me, I'd melt. I would feel so understood, and cherished. I'd feel similarly about being given an arrangement of some or all my favorites; roses, hydrangeas, tulips, lilies, and hyacinths, preserved in glycerin. Now, I don't know how you make all of that look good together, but if someone else did, I'd be mightily impressed.
 
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You know what? Skip the flowers. Come weed my flower beds and prune my shrubs. I have thousands of blooms right now! Roses, jasmine, azalea, and the wisteria and posies are budding. I forget what the ornamental tree in my backyard is, but the last blooms blew off it, and my peach tree in the storm that just came through. If weeding is too back-breaking, just harvest the Jasmine and make me some tea from it. Mid-summer, I'll thank you with a jasmine peach iced tea.

Nobody ever does this. And I don't ask. But if someone else thought of it, and did this for me, I'd be hard pressed to ever let him go.
 

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My husband tried so hard to help me with my flowerbed. Bless his heart. We were just thawing out from winter, which was Feb 5 & 6 that year (it's Florida after all), and I came out to see him on his knees pulling weeds. My heart just melted. Then it sank completely when he told me that I had a bunch of onions that were growing up in there.

I told him if he touched my bulbs I would cut his fingers off. I saw him quietly replanting those he had already dug up.

He means so well, but it's best for him to stick to his tomatoes.
 

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My husband tried so hard to help me with my flowerbed. Bless his heart. We were just thawing out from winter, which was Feb 5 & 6 that year (it's Florida after all), and I came out to see him on his knees pulling weeds. My heart just melted. Then it sank completely when he told me that I had a bunch of onions that were growing up in there.

I told him if he touched my bulbs I would cut his fingers off. I saw him quietly replanting those he had already dug up.

He means so well, but it's best for him to stick to his tomatoes.
This made me snort!