Dried Flowers

Best 25 of Dried Flowers articles

  • Dried flowers are an Instagram obsession. Here’s how to preserve, arrange and photograph them

    Toronto florists say dead-er is better when it comes to flowers.

  • Dried flowers are an Instagram obsession. Here’s how to preserve, arrange and photograph them

    Toronto florists say dead-er is better when it comes to flowers.

  • Resin for Beginners: How to Get Started

    Resin for Beginners. I work with drying flowers with silica gel and preserving them in resin so that is what I will be focusing on.

  • Japanese Herbarium Bottles

    Japanese herbarium bottles are easy to create and make a wonderful decor statement in your home. Great for gift giving and collectors.

  • How to Dry Flowers + 14 Dried Flower Petal Projects

    Dried flower petals are a wonderful way to preserve the beauty of the garden year long and can be used to add colour and flair to home projects.

  • How To Dry Fresh Flowers for Wreaths and Arrangements

    Conner Nesbit, winner of season one of HBO's “Full Bloom,” explains how to dry fresh flowers so you can enjoy them for as long as possible.

  • How to Create Beautiful Dried Flowers to Enjoy Year-Round

    It's easy to dry your favorite blooms so they'll look almost as good as the day they were cut. Just follow these simple steps.

  • Natural dried yellow Craspedia, grown in the US.

  • Moonko Dried Flowers
  • dried flowers new york city chelsea flower district nyc

    Looking to create an arrangement using dried flowers in New York City? Here's where to find the best selection in Chelse Flower District.

  • Dried flowers: a chat with author Bex Partridge

    This stunning book, Everlastings: How to grow, harvest and create with dried flowers is a celebration of the life of flowers, showcasing the ethereal beauty of dried flowers. Author, Bex Part…

  • This combination of 2 candlestands with dried flowers and a bottle with dried flowers are handmade by SHPPR Lifestyle. Every candlestand or bottle can look a bit different, but the look and feel is the same offcourse. Take the candle out before it is burned up to prevent candle wax from falling in.

  • DIY – Flower Hoop
  • Meet Una, our bestselling preserved and dried flower bouquet featuring an array of stunning natural tones that will last year after year. With an array of pampas grasses, poppy seed heads, fluffy white bunny tails, a sprinkling of white broom bloom and gorgeous preserved eucalyptus that still looks and feels fresh but will last.  A stunning addition to your home or gift for someone special. No watering or wilting, our everlasting blooms will last and last!  Stem lengths vary up to approx 50cm. Every bouquet is made to order by hand in our Edinburgh studio so they will each differ slightly from the photo making them truly unique. Some stems are seasonal and we will sometimes differ slightly from those pictures but be inkeeping with the colours and theme of the arrangement. Care Guide Please note that because of the nature of the product your bunch may vary slightly in colour, size or style of stem. Keep away from water and direct sunlight to prolong the life of your dried flowers. Please note that there may be some remnants of preserving agent on eucalyptus. Eucalyptus can vary in colour from light to dark greens, khakis to blues. Keep away from sudden temperature and humidity changes, stems can react to these by sweating and are not always colourfast so keep away from surfaces where they could cause staining. Pampas will naturally shed Delivery Our dried flower bouquets are delivered hand-tied and wrapped ready for you to pop straight into your favourite vase. Sending as a gift? All our dried flower bouquets are wrapped in tissue or kraft paper so they all arrive beautiful! We don't include receipts or invoices in our orders so the recipient won't see the price. Send a gift note free of charge, just enter your note at checkout.

  • 26 Best Flowers to Grow for Dried Flower Arrangements

    When you think of dried flower arrangements and wreaths, do you think of those horrible things your Mom and Grandma used to display from the early 1990’s? Well, I did. And I confess that when I saw what today’s flower farmers and florists were making with dried flowers in the 2020’s, I changed my mind […]