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    Poppies, tulips, johnquills, irises and daffodils. But oriental lillies are DP's favourites so that's what he often gets 'me'

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    Gerberas and poppies. I had them in my wedding bouquet.

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    Lilys and roses

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    Chrysanthemums (all types), Yellow Jonquills, Dahlia's and Tulips =D

    I also adore Camilia's and Wisteria.

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    native orchids (only for spotting on bushwalks as the are tiny)

    not a big fan of cut flowers in the house, although in thailand i love that everything (your drink, your food, your hotel room, bath....) comes with those pretty thai orchids.

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    Daffodils, the yellow ones with an orange inner.

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    Tulips = )


 

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