These projects are a cool way to preserve fresh flowers.
Fresh cut flowers don’t always need to go in a vase. For these projects, you’ll need a hammer to preserve and appreciate those beautiful blooms. Buy a bouquet or forage from your yard.
Flower farmer Lindsey Waddoups shows how to preserve the essence of a flower’s color and shape in a pounded botanical print.
Find more flowers from Lindsey on Instagram, @threesproutsflowerfarm.
Hi! I am Lindsey- the dreamer of Three Sprouts Flower Farm and Mom to three cute little sprouts. In 2018, I negotiated a plot of grass on our quarter acre lot, grew flowers, had a booth at a farmers market and jumped in with a subscription program for flower lovers like you. As the sprouts have grown, so has the farm. I now specialize in dahlias, harvesting blooms for weddings and events, sharing to the public through a subscription program in September and October, selling dahlia tubers in the spring, as well as conducting grant-funded research to learn more about watering and dahlia production in Utah. Find me on Instagram @threesproutsflowerfarm.