Wishing you could preserve the beauty of flowers long after the blooms in your garden or bouquet have faded? You can, with dried flowers! Today, Lisa and Layne are joined by florist Ellen Frost of Local Color Flowers to discuss tips and tricks for creating glorious dried flower arrangements. Ellen offers valuable insights from nearly a decade of drying flowers professionally and an insider’s look at how dried flowers factor into her floral design business. Together, they cover their favorite flower and foliage selections for drying, harvesting tips, and the process for air-drying flowers, plus project ideas and storage suggestions. Listen to the podcast and start dreaming up ways to incorporate “everlasting” dried flowers into your life!
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The “Seed Talk with Lisa & Layne” podcast is produced by The Gardener’s Workshop and co-hosted by Lisa Mason Ziegler and Layne Angelo. Lisa is the founder and owner of The Gardener’s Workshop, where Layne works as Seed Manager. Lisa is the award-winning author of Vegetables Love Flowers and Cool Flowers and the publisher of Flower Farming School Online, Farmer-Florist School Online, and Florist School Online. Watch Lisa’s Story and connect with her on social media. Layne is an avid gardener, seed starter, and engineer who loves learning and applying her technical knowledge to all areas of life, including gardening and growing flowers. Thanks for joining us!