OK, now that Easter is over with, a question remains.
What do I do with the Easter lily Aunt Blanch gave me? Or, what do we do with those lilies that were given to the church?
Prior to World War 1, Easter lilies — also known as Bermuda lilies — were produced and exported from Bermuda and from Japan. The plant is a native of Japan and, until Pearl Harbor, the Japanese were the world’s biggest producers of this flower…[READ MORE]