Dried and preserved flowers are all the rage and for good reason – they’re downright stunning, make great home décor and if properly cared for, are ultra-long-lasting.
How to Care for Dried Flowers:
- Avoid placing them in humid environments. Moulding is one fear that many dried flower owners have. To avoid your dried blooms becoming mouldy, they must be kept in a mild, dry environment, away from humidity.
- Do not water them. Unlike their fresh friends, dried blooms do not like water. None. It makes their stems weak and mouldy. Keep them warm and dry at all times.
Keep them out of direct sunlight
Avoid exposure to direct air-conditioning or heating
Don’t transport or move them excessively
How long do dried flowers last?
If properly cared for, dried flowers can last up to five years.