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Dried flowers are back and bigger than ever! Here are 3 ways to enjoy them all year long

You can enjoy an arrangement of dried flowers any time of year.

It started with brides who wanted to preserve their bouquet forever. Now, turning fresh flowers into dried flower art is catching on in other ways too. It takes fresh flowers in a whole new direction.

It’s a hobby that flower farmers like Jessie Farmer can get behind.

Find more flowers from Jessie on Instagram, @utahpremierflowercollective.


 


Jessie Westover is the owner of Hidden Creek Farm which is uniquely located on 8 acres in the suburbs of West Farmington. She began her farming journey in 2011 with animals, hay and vegetables. Growing vegetables eventually morphed into growing cut flowers which she found always sells faster than a tomato. She offers her fresh and dried flowers to the Utah floral community through the Utah Premier Flower Collective. Jessie is the co-founder of the Utah Premier Flower Collective which provides ease of access between floral professionals and local flowers. She can be reached via email utahpremierflowercollective@gmail.com or follow on Instagram @utahpremierflowercollective. 

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