As the long, warm days of summer come to a close, your wonderful flowering garden will fade and die. But, with just a few simple drying techniques, you can preserve the blooms of your garden favorites.
It is best to cut flowers for drying in the early morning, when blooms are fresh and haven't suffered through the heat of the day. Sunflowers, roses, zinnias, Queen Anne's lace, and bachelor's buttons are good flowers to dry. Depending on the flower, there are different drying techniques that work best.
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