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UK: Lily is in the July Flower AgendaWe're already past the first half of the year, and we celebrate the warmer months with the elegant lily in the Flower Agenda in July. Consumers can read all about this versatile flower in the Flower Agenda on Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk. This includes information about colours, shapes and sizes.Origin of the.....
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