A history of preserving flowers

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In Italy Chrysanthemums are associated with death. With those bones was a bunch of flowers, likely the tribute of a loved one. Strawflowers are another easy dried flower. Evidence currently places the emergence of flowering plants during the Lower Cretaceous period, about million years ago, when angiosperms seemed to spring up out of nowhere before taking over the Earth in a 30 million-year rampage. See how to make this rose and lavender potpourri! Incan priestesses wore large sunflower disks made of gold on their garments. In fact, flowers were imperative for a fashionable appearance, Christie says. Both collections document plants newly cultivated in Europe.

Bones of a prehistoric human were found in the Middle East. This means that, if there are twenty plants, it is okay to take from one of them, as long as it's not a species protected by legislation.

Indeed, working with preserved plants is different than working with living plants.

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Carnation, comes from Greece However, it is possible to state that, under optimal use conditions, our preserved plants and flowers remain beautiful for several years. They had a strong shape, and when they died they still looked great. Several methods have been developed with varying levels of success.

She sent some home to England and introduced the Dahlia into England. Violets When Napoleon married Josephine, she wore Violets, and on each anniversary Josephine received a bouquet of violets.

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Beautiful amber fossil flower reveals plant history of New World