How to Preserve Roses?

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First, remember when air drying roses, keep them out of the sun. The sun will fade the blooms and make it change color more than you may want. Certain colors dry prettier than others, such as darker reds may dry to a black color.
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How to Preserve Roses
The rose is one of Mother Nature’s greatest creations. The remarkable hues existing, the distinct and alluring scents of roses are unrivaled and nearly endless. The rose is one of the most popular varieties selected when giving and receiving... More »
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