Helichrysum, Dumosa, Acroclinium, Salignum and Statis are all suitable to be dried to retain their beauty.
This picture shows bunches of flowers drying in a barn. The bunches are tied and hung upside down to a drying rack until dry. Drying under cover in a barn is employed in the UK, where spoilage by damp air and rain is a significant factor. In sunnier climes, however, drying outside is the norm.
They should be ready for sale in the farm shop after a week to ten days.
This shot was taken at Attingham Park Estate, Shropshire
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