Nigella Drying Tips To Create Your Own Everlasting Dried Flower Arrangements


Fierceblooms shares flower drying tips for nigella so you can use it outside its normal season in your own DIY everlasting floral creations.
Nigella is one of my favourite everlasting flowers.

It’s turning out to be excellent drying weather here in a very sunny Cheshire.  So now is the time to start harvesting your seed pods of this versatile floral. Have a look at my video to hear exactly how you can create your own beautiful everlasting floral arrangements with your very own dried flowers.

Whisper it, Nigella are great for adding to wreaths !


Fierceblooms is a environmentally sustainable floral business. Guarded by our ancient horse chestnut, our canalside cutting garden grows herbs and flowers while the wild edges hold magical medicinal plants here for much longer. Our hand crafted wild garden style wreaths and florals capture the seasonal moment and are created exclusively with British everlasting and fresh flowers.

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