Bride Roses by William Dean Howells is a wonderful, light play about a florist who has to put together a lovely bouquet for a wedding. Excerpt: "A Lady, entering the florist's with her muff to her face, and fluttering gayly up to the counter, where the florist stands folding a mass of loose flowers in a roll of cotton batting: "Good morning, Mr. Eichenlaub! Ah, put plenty of cotton around the poor things, if you don't want them frozen stiff! You have no idea what a day it is, here in your little tropic."
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