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THE CUT FLOWER PATCH

By Louise Curley

Frances Lincoln Limited

Through years of experience on her own cutting patch, Louise (AKA blogger ‘wellywoman’) is able to advise with confidence on the flower varieties that are most abundant, easiest to grow and which last well when cut.

We were particularly taken with the chapter on planning your patch, especially the beautifully illustrated planting plans that show exactly how to lay out a patch, along with shopping lists that indicate the type and number of plants to use. Louise

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