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Drying Flowers Now on the Farm

We are busy now at Lightfoot Farm harvesting strawflowers, purple and rose statice, purple loosestrife, rabbit's foot clover, silvery mugwort, wheatstraw celosia and more and hanging them to dry. Our dried flower bunches are available at Northfield and Waitsfield Farmer's Markets in Vermont and soon at Waterbury Farmers' Market..  It takes about a week to dry the flowers on the lines and then most are arranged right away into colorful bunches. Other flowers are carefully packed in boxes for use later on in wreaths and other decoration for the holidays.

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