Just like styles make comebacks, so have dried flowers. Their surge in popularity is everywhere, whether it be table arrangements, bouquets, or even decorative wreaths.
It’s a trend that we’re seeing supported from an array of growers. For instance, Hammelmans, a multi-generation family-owned company in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, is sending us some of the best dried bunches I’ve ever seen. You’ll find dried Chinese lanterns, wheat, flax, safflower, craspedia, and switchgrass. With these bunches, you can combine them to create your own stunning arrangement.
There are also local growers who are making stunning creations, like the dried wreaths coming to us from That Girl’s Flowers’ Nellie Ashmore. Each contains a variety of organic flowers from different times in the growing season, creating a story of the year. This dried flower trend truly is everlasting beauty.