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  • Choose a sunny day (first thing in the morning when the dew has lifted as you don't want your botanicals to be wet).

  • Grab a basket, your favourite pair of scissors and head out to your special piece of nature.

  • Go ahead and snip the botanicals you wish to have pressed for your artwork. 

  • Remember to be mindful of how much you take. Will you disrupt the biodiversity of that ecosystem by picking the last flower? Pick what is in abundance and always give back to nature when you take. 

  • By practicing mindfulness, remember to harvest a bunch of botanicals that are artistically diverse and provide multiple of the same leaf/flower for cohesion in the artwork. See Pics below for structural examples.

  • Also remember to keep the stems long and bunch your botanicals into a bouquet so you can keep them hydrated during transit.

  • Follow the instructions on Posting the Bouquet Page to see how to deliver. 

Image by Niklas Ohlrogge
Image by peter bucks
Dandelion Seeds
Fall Foliage
White Flowers
Yellow Flowers
Image by Annie Spratt
Image by Harshal S. Hirve
Image by Rodion Kutsaev
Image by Sharon McCutcheon
Image by Chi Pham
Image by mostafa meraji
Image by Jessica Fadel
Image by Stella de Smit
Image by Hannah Coleman
Image by Rachael 🪐
Image by Alysa Bajenaru
Image by Ricardo Resende
Image by Dallas Reedy
Image by Tim Hüfner
Image by Ales Krivec
Image by Hasan Albari
Image by Flavio Gasperini

Contact me for further questions :)

Harvesting Your
Garden Botanicals

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