Dried flowers was RE: [gardeners] Archives

Lillian Kepp (gardeners@globalgarden.com)
Wed, 17 Sep 97 19:56:28 PDT

On Wed, 17 Sep 1997 17:19:58 -0400  Cynthia Mayeaux wrote:
>>I grew sea holly a few years ago, and cut the blossoms, brought 
them inside
>>to dry, hanging upside down in the basement.  It may have taken as 
long as
>>three days to become evident, but when I brought in the sea holly, 
I also
>>brought in an ark of aphids.  I won't do that again.  Good luck, 
>Yes, I had aphids on mine, but sprayed them well with Safers before
>bringing them in.  Did not seem to hurt the color or drying process 
at all.

Oh, thanks Cynthia.  When I read Margaret's message I was afraid 
that I was going to have a lot of new pets.  :)