Everlasting Flowers – Plants and Colours To Grow

Summary

Fierceblooms talks about what are good plants to grow and suggested colour combinations for the best everlasting flowers which your can use in your own floral arrangements.
If you’re planning to grow everlasting flowers for drying in your garden, it’s a good idea to grow the things that love your soil, that you love to use, and also in a colour palette that you can arrange together.

But where to start?

In this video I share cut flowers varieties that you can easily grow for drying into everlastings, as well as my favourite allium for drying, allium sphaerocephalon, round headed garlic, even on solid clay.

Also I discuss my top tips to guide your thinking about your own choice of colour palette for dried flower arrangements, so your everlastings still reflect their seasonality when you create with them outside the normal season in your own DIY everlasting dried floral creations.

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