How to Dry Flowers

How to dry flowers.

Quick and easy steps for the best dried flowers for that Byron Bay bohemian style.

Step 1. Select flowers that have a woody stem and not to much moisture eg. roses, foliage, natives etc.

Step 2. Remove any water off the stems and tie with twine around base of stems.

Step 3. Hang in warm dry spot for 3-4 weeks

Step 4. When dried to your liking take down and arrange into a vessel of choice or leave hanging on the wall for a rustic natural look

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Valentine's Day 2018 Byron Bay

Valentine's Day Wednesday 14th February 2018

We are in full swing planning, ordering and preparing for the loved up couple in Byron Bay this Valentine's Day. Our favourite floral pick this year would have to be our Blushing Native or our Romantic Native. Both featuring locally grown Dahlias, long lasting natives and fragrant garden roses to spoil your loved one this Valentine's Day. 

Make sure you also ask our staff about our beautifully locally sourced hampers including dried flowers, wine, bread, cheese, nuts, fruit and chocolates. All gathered from our mates at The Bread Social & Three Blue Ducks produce store located next to us here at The farm Byron Bay. 

Top tip for those looking to properly care for their beautiful Valentines flowers, always trim the stems just before placing in clean vase of water. Trimming the stems will open up the seal on the bottom of the stem allowing the flowers to drink as much water as possible and be super long lasting. 

Happy Valentines Day to everyone and we hope to see you all in store or chat on the phone to help you plan the most romantic day yet. xx Flowers at the Farm Team 

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Grow Local, Shop Local

Here on The Farm we believe that locally grown and made products are best. We source our flowers from all over Australia but predominantly from around our beautiful Byron area to give you the freshest blooms possible. Some of our local flowers we sell are: 

Sunflowers

Proteas

Dahlias

Gardenia Foliage 

Magnolia

Tropicals

Lilies

Roses