Flower Press, 2 Books, Silica, Spray
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BOTANICAL PRESS, 10" x 13" x 2.5"
SILICA GEL (granules) 1.5 lb
For drying whole flowers
Has original packaging with instructions
Comes in 1.9L clear food-grade container
MSRP $19.64 / Used once, in excellent condition
DMP DRIED MATERIAL PRESERVATIVE
12 FL OZ In pump spray bottle
Non-toxic, clear drying
MSRP $8.99 / Like-New, Never Used
THE BOOK OF DRIED FLOWERS: A Complete Guide to Growing, Drying & Arranging
Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket shows some shelf wear.
Book is in great condition, 192 pages of images with no writing or highlighting.
Original MSRP $22.95 / Used copy in Good condition.
4.7 of 5 Stars on Amazon / From one reviewer;
"This book makes you want to run right out and cut a bundle of something to dry so you can make something gorgeous right away."
"One of the best features of this book is the chart at the back of the book that lists a hundred or more plants, their botanic names, which season to harvest the flowers or leaves and which drying method is the preferred for that plant."
"There is a short reference to potpourri with several recipes, as well as a couple of pages on pressing flowers."
DRIED FLOWER GARDENING
128 pages. Superb guide and reference with beautiful color photographs
Soft cover in Like New Condition
Original MSRP $ 14.95
"An introduction to dried flower gardening, this book describes how to plant, grow, dry, store and arrange flowers. It considers the best plants for beginners to experiment with and the best use of limited space. The authors give advice on preserving plant material: air drying, glycerining and using silica gel crystal are some of the methods discussed. An A-Z compendium of 100 suitable plants is given, together with instructions for preserving and recommendations for their use. Appendices on plant selection for colour or for their value as seed-heads or foliage are also given. The book concludes with a section on how to create dried flower arrangements for the home and special occasions, and ideas on how to use left-overs for pot-pourri, confetti and so on."