5 edition of Dried Flowers for All Seasons found in the catalog.
October 1, 2001
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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Out of 5 stars Dried Flowers For All Seasons book by Jan and Michael Gertley. Reviewed in the United States on August 7, Verified Purchase. Great book with a lot of information and pictures. Part one Chapters include: Plants to grow, Drying Techniques including air-drying, using dessicants, glycerin, and storing dried flowers.
Part 4/5(7). out of 5 stars Dried Flowers For All Seasons book by Jan and Michael Gertley. Drying Techniques including air-drying, using dessicants, glycerin, and storing dried flowers. Part Two has Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter dried arrangements.
Part Three is a plant guide arranged alphabetically with pictures, including growing, harvesting 4/5. Dried Flowers for All Seasons shows how to create dried-flower arrangements with the color, appeal, and just-picked look of fresh flowers.
What's unique about this book is that it includes flowers not usually associated with dried arrangements -- including spring. Flowers come and go along with the seasons, so if you want to enjoy and still see and use them especially in times when they’re off-season, like winter, it would be best if you would just preserve them.
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Ideal for florists, event. The projects in this book are tightly crafted topiaries and potted bunches of flowers similar to those treated in Carol Endler Sterbenz's The Complete Book of Dried Flower Topiaries (LJ 11/1/95).
Use of one plant type in a simple container is Pages:. Dried flowers are the perfect accent to wreaths, forever bouquets, or other decorating projects—and drying flowers you've grown is a great way to conserve the fruits of your labors. There are several ways to dry flowers—either by hanging them upside down, laying them flat (for flower heads), or pressing them.All Seasons Floral Preservation: The Flowers of Our Lives free tissue to protect the petals from the phone book ink and placing the book in a sealed bin of Author: Nancy Loughin.Complete instructions on how to make and display your own colorful wreaths all year around.
This book explains history and lore of wreaths; discusses sources of r all the varied materials from evergreen boughs, hot peppers and bread dough to cloth, dried flowers and pine cones; offers instructions for making over 40 wreaths.