How to Preserve Fresh Flowers?

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Flowers can be used in different ways for example in weddings, birthdays and other special events. Preserving them is advisable as they are costly and if kept well create a homely environment. The techniques of preserving flowers are; suspend the flowers and leave them on air to dry, next is to put two parts of water and one part of glycerine into a container big enough to hold your flowers then look for good papers such as newspaper. Spread the flowers in cross ways to the newspaper to avoid overlapping. Detach sand through a sifting tool to get rid of large remains and place a few silica gels into a small spray bottle.
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