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[caption id="attachment_2746" align="alignnone" width="725"] (All images courtesy of Pinterest)[/caption] Dried Flowers What do you do when your flowers start to wilt? Perhaps, instead of throwing them away, try drying them. This is a great, crafty way of decorating and also makes for a fun, whimsical hobby. When it comes to drying flowers, here are some tips to keep in mind for the best . . .
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“A dead hydrangea is as intricate and lovely as one in bloom.” -Toni Morrison, Tar Baby (1981) The Heavenly Hues of Hydrangeas The colors of the blossoms are what really make the hydrangea stand out (depending on the acidity of the soil). From pink, white and green, to blue, the hydrangea’s hues include almost every shade of lavender and violet to deep purple. . . .
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Some gardeners are all about the veggies, turning their landscapes into productive spaces that help add healthy food to the table. Others are strict ornamentalists with gorgeous beds overflowing with flowers. If you've ever had trouble deciding what to grow, good news! You don't have to keep these two worlds separate. Edible flowers let you bridge the gap between form and function. Edible . . .
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