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Daisy Carnation Potpourri | Commercial Dehydrators

Add essential oils to potpourri with dried flowers and spices! It’s so easy, you’ll never toss those freshly cut blooms into the trash again. The great this is it will also make your home smell amazing

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Serves
3 cups
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Prep time
10 minutes
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Dehydrating time
4 to 12 hours
Ingredients
  • 4 cups daisy heads
  • 4 cups carnation petals, with a few buds intact
  • 2 tablespoons orris root powder
  • 20 drops carnation essential oil
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  • 4 cups daisy heads
  • 4 cups carnation petals, with a few buds intact
  • 2 tablespoons orris root powder
  • 20 drops carnation essential oil
Instructions
  1. Preheat the dehydrator between at 115°F(46°C). Spread daisy heads and carnation petals with buds evenly on dehydrator trays lined with sheets. Dehydrate for 4 to 12 hours or more if humid. Daisy and carnations petals will shrink to staple sizes. Petals are dry when they crumble easily.
  2. Measure powdered orris root in a large glass bowl. Pour measured essential oil over powder; add dried flower petals then stir.
  3. Package in a closed container and store. Potpourri stays fragrant for approximately 3 months if in an open bowl is and six months if stored in a closed container. Use a vacuum sealer to cover tightly.
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Serves
3 cups
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Prep time
10 minutes
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Dehydrating time
4 to 12 hours
Ingredients
  • 4 cups daisy heads
  • 4 cups carnation petals, with a few buds intact
  • 2 tablespoons orris root powder
  • 20 drops carnation essential oil
Ingredients
macros
  • 4 cups daisy heads
  • 4 cups carnation petals, with a few buds intact
  • 2 tablespoons orris root powder
  • 20 drops carnation essential oil
Instructions
  1. Preheat the dehydrator between at 115°F(46°C). Spread daisy heads and carnation petals with buds evenly on dehydrator trays lined with sheets. Dehydrate for 4 to 12 hours or more if humid. Daisy and carnations petals will shrink to staple sizes. Petals are dry when they crumble easily.
  2. Measure powdered orris root in a large glass bowl. Pour measured essential oil over powder; add dried flower petals then stir.
  3. Package in a closed container and store. Potpourri stays fragrant for approximately 3 months if in an open bowl is and six months if stored in a closed container. Use a vacuum sealer to cover tightly.
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Kate Joncheff

Kate spends her days doing life as a mother of two young boys, working on her organic vegi garden and developing organic recipes that she shares with her friends via instagram. Researching and documenting comes naturally to Kate as share has a flare for design and photography.

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