GUEST ROOM Posies (not full bouquet and not other parts of the inn)

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I always have them in the guest rooms
28% (5 votes)
I sometimes have them in the guest rooms
33% (6 votes)
I never have them in the guest rooms
11% (2 votes)
Flowers are only in guest rooms if they order and pay for them
28% (5 votes)
Only leftover flowers from prev guests
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Other
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Total votes: 18

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We're fortunate here that I could use cuttings from the gardens even when biz was slow.  In the Winter when we were not closed for maintenance, I could throw holly with berries, magnolia leaves,etc. in a vase with flowers.  Now, the camellias are blooming and the tulip magnolias.  Even some forsythia in a vase is nice.   You don't have to spend much $$ to impress the guests with something fresh.  You get the idea...

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I have them about 8 months of the year.  At Thanksgiving I put little Christmas porcelain vases with Christmas greens and an ornament, then a dried arrangement January through March or so.  When we start getting busier, I add a bud vase in each room.  Usually just a single stem, though.  

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I always have a fresh bouquet in the room when there are guests. 

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 I had them in the guest rooms all the time during the months my gardens were blooming. Other than that..nope.

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I put a single carnation with greenery & baby's breath in each guest room - when i KNOW I have someone coming in. I do not just buy them. My current guest does not have a carnation because I had a funeral lunch to do the day before she arrived and did not get to the florist. It is, however, normal for one to be there.

My grocery does not have a flower dept. I will sometimes, if at the Kroger in Clarksburg, find a Manager's Special bouquet that I will split up among the rooms instead of the carnation.

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