Advice on How to Dry the Flowers
Today we dedicate the post on our blog to share some tips on how to dry flowers , as in recent weeks you have asked us how to do it repeatedly on our social networks.
We understand that fresh bouquets are very, very beautiful and that’s why we want to learn how to dry them, to somehow keep them a little more time with us.
Most flowers can dry without problems but there are some flowers such as hydrangea or bouquets of roses, which dry better than others: there are some tips that can help us to dry our bouquet in the best possible way.
To share these tips, we asked our florist Pep for help, who is in charge of the Colvin bouquets that are so beautiful, special and that reach every point of the peninsula every day, with the greatest freshness and affection possible.
Some followers ask us when it is best to start the drying process, if as soon as they receive the bouquet or if they can enjoy it for a couple of days. The reality is that you can enjoy the bouquet for a couple of days, following all the instructions.
Place with little light
The first tip is to put the bouquet in a dark room , where no sunlight penetrates. In this way we will dry the flowers in their best state, consuming the energy they have at this moment.
The image is a bit picturesque, but it is strictly necessary to flip the bouquet to make the drying process as perfect as possible. In this way, we will slide the nutrients up to the petals. Green, olive, eucalyptus and others are easier to dry , as they have less water.