Unique color and texture make these plants excellent choices for a dried-flower arrangement
To retain their magnificent colors, hang hydrangea blooms upside down to dry.
‘Moonshine’ is a must for dried arrangements. It’s one of the few varieties that maintains its color.
A baker’s dream! Dry your breadseed poppies to harvest the seed and save the pods for your arrangements.
The quintessential dried flower for a reason. Fragrant, bursting with color, and incredibly durable.
Everlasting is an apt nickname, as this beauty will hold its dried petals well beyond its companions.
These balloon-shaped pods are a striking addition to any dried arrangement.
The blossoms of this medicinal herb dry into a deep and stunning purple.
If you are looking to make a statement, the bristly seed heads will add an eye-catching texture to your dried arrangement.
A medicinal flower whose dried petals can also be used to make teas, salves, and lotions.
Also known as globe thistle, it's a real head-turner with its vibrant bluish-purple hue (pictured in foreground).