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Dried flowers are back

publication date: Oct 1, 2019
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flower drying garagePreserve what’s in your field for fall and winter sales

I wrote an article that ran in the August 2015 GFM about how dried flowers are making a comeback. Well, they are definitely on trend now, and they are also a great way to add value to the end of your season. With more neutral tones being popular due to the bleached flowers and foliage that are coming in from overseas, it actually makes more crops a viable option.

Typically, you would want flowers that retain their color when dried. But now florists are liking hydrangeas that have faded to tan as they dried on the plant, and feathertop grass that has turned white when dried.



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