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DIY- Dried Potpourri

DIY- Dried Potpourri

Traditional Dried Botanical Potpourri

Grab a copy of our DIY Natural Potpourri Fact Sheet here 

Gather together:

To make 4 cups potpourri

Essential oil of choice
1 litre of dried botanicals .

Select from:
 Bark, roots, seeds, leaves, herbs.
Orange., lemon and other citrus peels

Gums and resins like frankincense, myrrh, eucalyptus gum

Spices, herbs eg lavender sprigs, star anise, cinnamon sticks, rosemary sprigs, vanilla bean pods etc

Method:

Dry your botanicals
Dry any botanicals that are fresh or contain moisture using one of the following methods:
- Place flowers bark etc on newspaper. Leave in a sheltered area that gets the sun over several days, turning daily until dry.

- Place botanicals on a lined baking sheet in a very slow oven (around 100 -120C)  for several hours until all moisture has been removed.

- Use an electric dehydrator to remove the moisture from the plant material.

Re-use bunches of flowers:
A lovely way to give new life to a wilting bunch of flowers is to make them into potpourri .
Just tie the stems together with some string and hang them upside down in a bright airy space for a few weeks until fully dried out. 
Putting it together

Mix 5 ml of essential oil blend of choice into the botanicals.  Store in a large ziplock bag  for at least 2 days to allow the scent to permeate the potpourri.

Place potpourri into bags, bowls or other suitable containers and place in room.

Re-invigorate the potpourri by adding in 1 or 2 ml of essential oil as needed..

 


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