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A bouquet of ranunculi grown at Sierra Flower Farm.
Photo by Jen Britton

 

It was time to stop and smell the flowers. Or, in my case, grow them.”
Kim Urso, owner of the Yellow Petal Flower Farm in Dayton

 

 

 

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