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How to Preserve the Natural Beauty of Dried Flowers for the Longest Time

With a little bit of care, you can enjoy dried flowers for months, even years. Dried and preserved flowers require minimal maintenance, and a few simple tips and tricks can go a long way.

Avoid Direct Sunlight

Choose an indoor location for your beloved flowers and keep them away from direct sunlight. Sunlight can cause colors to fade more quickly (especially pinks and reds) and make the flowers more fragile.

Avoid Humidity

Dried flowers do not like water or moisture, so it's best not to place them in a humid room, such as a bathroom. Moisture can cause the flowers to wilt or even develop mold. Yes, they really don't need water.

Handle with Care

Dried flowers are quite delicate, so handle them gently. They don't like to be touched too often, but they do love to be admired.

Remove Dust

If your dried flowers accumulate dust over time, you can gently clean them with a hairdryer (without heat and at the lowest speed) or carefully use a feather duster. Do this only when necessary, not too often.

Store them Safely

If you want to store the flowers for an extended period, find a dark and dry space that doesn't get too warm. Avoid basements and attics (rodents sometimes have a taste for flowers). Store the flowers in a cardboard box (not plastic) and, if possible, add cedar to prevent moths or insects.


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