Dried flowers and dried lavender shop Est. 2002
There's a lot of useful information on this website - here's where to find it!
We hope this list is useful - if there's anything you can't find or our unsure about, do get in touch.
Inspiration pages for bunches, dried lavender, petals and craft.
Seasonal dried flowers - where to start when you want to ring the changes.
How our business started - more specifically how we got into botanicals.
Floral FAQs - questions we get asked about our stock including questions about lavender, potpourri making and buying for weddings.
How to dry petals and bunches - both the images on this page show bunches hanging up to dry in our workshop.
Choosing lavender grains for your project - fragrant, British, French, blue or organic?
About our lavender products more generally - a walk through our large range.
About our lavender bunch range - English and French.
Wholesale lavender - about our bulk dried lavender grains and bunches.
Wholesale dry flowers including a large bunch range, confetti, lavender, craft items, roses and packaging.
About our stems and bunches - we have such a wide range of grasses, seed heads, dyed and natural - not just florals.
Bunches include Poppy seed pods
Choosing rose buds - these are lovely in popourri, or use the smaller ones in confetti.
About wedding confetti - we have a massive range plus confetti cones and glassine bags to put it in!
About our UK glassine bags.
Our UK pressed flowers and leaves from Sussex.
Catalogue overview - a summary of our product range.
Outside this website Ruth also has about ten years worth of blog posts with hints and tips on topics such as what to do with lavender, how to make potpourri, how to dry stems and petals, how to press them, bouquet making, aromatherapy, Christmas crafts and many more projects - see driedflowercraft.co.uk.
Do check us out on social media - if you have a project you're proud of let us know and we'll share it! See links in the footer below.
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