Natural flowers in your home

Natural flowers in your home

Good morning friends! Today in our space we will love to talk about the decor indoor based garden plants and flowers.

Whether or not you have a garden, the idea of decorate with natural flowers Our home is undoubtedly one of the best options .. since the plants bring great freshness and dynamism to the environment.

On this occasion we will tell you about the special touch that plants bring to any room, including the bathroom … it also perfumes it naturally.

Many of us avoid decorating with natural flowers because they usually last very little in vases or wherever we put it. Because of this, some opted for plastic or cloth plants or flowers.

But if you have a garden, it may be worth putting some natural flowers in our environment. Natural flowers usually start to wilt after two days … depending on which plant.

But today we leave you some small tricks that will make the flowers stay fresh longer and so we decide to give natural flowers a chance.

Take the vase that you like and in the background you will add a potato or potato, yes … it is not fiction … it may be something strange but it is so.

If you do this you will verify that the flowers will last you much longer, the ideal thing for this to happen is to try to nail the stems of the same, in the potato.

Once this is done, add water to the vase … and voila! As you can see it is a very simple way to keep our natural plants longer ..

We remind you that introducing half aspirin in the water of the flowers, also gives results and something more important will be the way we have to cut the stems .. always remember diagonally and that the tip is looking down…. To cut the flower must be cut in the early morning.

We can also fill the house with natural flowers, but instead of fresh ones .. dried. In this way we can put together really beautiful centerpieces for this autumn full of branches and dried flowers and leaves.

To dry any flower or bouquet, tie it and place it upside down, then wait a while, you will see the flowers dry, but they do not fall apart.

Once you have the dry bouquet, you can vary the drying time from a few weeks to two months … place it in the vase you like and spray a little lacquer or thick starch of rice water … then dry with the dryer or put it in the sun and ready to decorate!

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