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Just grab an old mason jar and some sharp scissors and clip away. No flower garden? We won’t tell if you indulge in that patch of colorful wild flowers on the side of the road, or simply visit a local florist for a loose bouquet of your favorites. Once you have cut flowers, you want their vibrant colors and comforting aroma to last. We spoke to four florists about how to keep them looking fresh for weeks.