- Canning. If collected at appropriate times, unfriendly plants usually do not need special treatment. They can be shaped immediately into beautiful bouquets that will enliven our home throughout the winter. Flowers contain a large percentage of moisture and should be preserved using one of the following ways:
- In a dark, well-ventilated room. Shape plants in bunches and hang them to allow air to pass freely through them and dry them without risk of decay. The lack of sunlight guarantees maximum preservation of color. The continuation of "preservation" depends on the type of plant, but most require 2-3 weeks. Tell your end of tenancy cleaners London about this drying technique. They will be interested.
- In domestic oven. If you want faster results, you can dry the plants at low temperature in fan mode for about an hour. Leave the oven door slightly open, in order to evaporate the moisture air.
- In the sand. This method can successfully save the soft colors like rose, orchids, daisies and dahlias. In a box or chest pour 3-4 cm. dry and clean sand. Lay the plant on it and throw at it carefully with another layer of sand, being careful not to deform the flower. Be careful for cavities to be well filled. In a period of several days to a month sand will absorb moisture from the plant. Check it fortnightly and when completely dried, carefully dig it. If you spill some sand on your rug, just perform routine carpet cleaning London and remove it.
Are you ready to dry some flowers? Now you know how to do it.