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How Do I Dry My Wedding Bouquet?
Ask The Expert: How do I dry my wedding bouquet? I have a small bouquet of white roses that I want to dry & keep the flowers. What steps do iI take?
Flower Shop Network's Plant Expert Reply: Air Drying is the most common method of preserving roses. First, cover your roses in a paper bag and shake them with salt to help preserve color. Tie a string around the stems and hang them upside down. Make sure they are completely free from moister, which will cause them to mold. Hang them in a warm, dry and dark place with good ventilation for a two weeks. This will prevent moisture from becoming trapped between the flowers which can mold them.
There are many other ways to dry flowers, but air drying is the easiest and cheapest. Once they are completely dry, be careful handling them because they will be brittle.