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Trending on Gardenista: The Best Sources for Valentine’s Flowers

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Trending on Gardenista: The Best Sources for Valentine’s Flowers

February 13, 2015

Love is blossoming on Gardenista. Your V-Day inspiration–plus Paris’s secret gardens–await.

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Above: Looking for a locally grown and assembled bouquet? “Although 80 percent of cut flowers in the US are imported, thanks to the Slow Flowers movement, the number of local growers is on the rise,” reports Michelle. Find standout florists from coast to coast in the 11 Best Sources for Valentine’s Flowers.

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Above: “Victorian lovers sent coded messages to each other via houseplants (a gift of a scented geranium meant ‘let’s rendezvous’),” writes Michelle. In 10 Romantic Houseplants for Valentine’s Day, she explains how to speak the secret language of floriography.

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