"Green things!" shrieks the world as soon as the snow's melted. "Flowers!" And can you blame it? The first post-winter glow is powerful.
While you wait for the daffodils, cherry and pear blossoms, tulips, and forsythia to bloom—and start to plan your garden—you can still get a dose of flowers. Reach for rosewater, orange blossom water, lavender, and chamomile—a veritable bouquet of bloomy pantry items—then dream of spring while you make these:
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