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Field to Vase Dinner

@ Texas Specialty Cut Flowers, 13977 Farm Road 2325 Blanco, TX 78606
You’ll enjoy a lively evening in a big, blue barn surrounded by an abundance of fragrant flowers hosted by the affable and energetic owners of Texas Specialty Cut Flowers. Frank and Pamela Arnosky, both avid horticulturists, started farming in 1990 on thin, rocky soil in Texas and through hard work, research and experimentation have turned that land into a fertile birthplace for over 70 varieties of fresh cut flowers. You’ll enjoy a lively evening in a big, blue barn surrounded by an abundance of fragrant flowers hosted by the affable and energetic owners of Texas Specialty Cut Flowers.

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