Ten Flowers To Harvest And Dry For Dried Everlastings


Fierceblooms discusses ten ideas for flowers and foliage in your cutting garden which you can still harvest and dry for dried everlastings.
At this Autumnal seasons turn, there are flowers and foliage in your cutting garden which you can still harvest and dry for dried everlastings at this late time in the gardening season.

In this video I discuss ten possibilities to give you some idea of what can be saved.

Drying your own flowers is a great thing to do for any floral design enthusiast.

It gives you your own unique naturally dried material to work with in flower arrangements over the coming months which otherwise would be costly to purchase or import out of season.

This is obviously also a very sustainable floristry practice for the aspiring eco florist to add to his or her sustainability efforts.


A 19th century historic wharf and Cheshire canalside cutting garden is the inspiration for our wild garden style ethos. I root my floral design in every precious fleeting seasonal moment, growing and creating only ever with local seasonal scented British flowers.

If sustainability matters to you, if you care that floral creations are as kind to the environment as they are beautiful, then I am a kindred spirit.

We share our artisan florals in our live online virtual flower classes, and with our flowers, create bouquets and undertake a few intimate Cheshire weddings a year.

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