Wreaths from the Garden: 75 Fresh and Dried Floral Wreaths to Make
This volume presents simple guidelines on how to make more than 75 wreath projects from both fresh and dried flowers and foliage. Tips are given on selecting blossoms, cutting the stems and conditioning the blooms so that they will last longer. The author also explains how to dry flowers and preserve foliage for everlasting wreaths. Arranged by flower type: perennials, annuals, wild flowers, each chapter opens with a color photograph and information about the cultivation and history of each type of plant. Techniques for handling fresh flowers and the preferred methods for drying blossoms are also explained.
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