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41  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Drying flowers on: May 25, 2005 05:22:32 PM
I bought two dozen roses last weekend (yay sale!) and now instead of throwing them out, I figured I'll dry them. 

Do you just string them upside down on a hanger in a closet?

I'm only going to want a couple of dried flowers - the rest I actually want the petals to make a little sachet or to put in a little clear container - do you take the petals off before and then dry the petals or do you crumble  them off the whole flower after the entire flower has dried?

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