Thursday, 6 October 2011

Statice flowers.

 Here the colorful bracts of this  (top ) still hold their fresh delicate white flowers. These flowers drop out as their papery holders dry leaving behind a vividly colored everlasting.
 Because it grows rapidly,

Statice (the brightly colored flowers in the wreath at right) provides just the right punch to brighten up any wreath or floral arrangement.
The color of the dried bracts, kept out of direct sunlight, remains vibrant for a year or more. Only the eventual problem of dust makes the bouquet or wreath obsolete.
For more information on how to use fresh flowers from your garden to create dried arrangements, visit  Wreath Making Workshop online.

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