Curry Plant For You Next Dried Flower Arrangement

Summary

Fierceblooms talks about drying curry plant – a fuss free perennial that creates amazing sustainable everlasting dried flowers.
Helichrysum italicum, commonly know as curry plant, is scented, bright yellow, and perhaps not at the top of your cut flower list. Let me share with you why it needs to be.

Curry plant is a beautiful yellow when freshly cut but even better when you dry it for everlastings. You needn’t be concerned about those bright flowers that I love and many don’t. When you dry curry plant, the flowers mellow to a dusty mustard. Now, I think you may be interested in that.

Grow in full sun, the stems require not the slighted bit of maintenance so are perfect for the busy flower grower. You can use very single stem while you are pruning the plant. grown in pot or gathered from a small growing area in your very own garden, helichrysum italicum is a fuss free perennial that creates amazing sustainable everlasting dried flowers. 

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