I went on holiday in Gaucin in Southern Spain with Mike and the kids in August 2017 and, walking near our rented villa, was surprised how many wildflowers and dried grasses I recognised from work.
I love drying flowers, and you can see some of my experiments at home in the previous post about drying flowers. Some of these make it to sale at daisyshop.co.uk, but most just end up in small scale projects at home, for example when I had a crop of chamomile which I dried for tea.
Most of the growing and drying of flowers for work is left to the experts, and daisyshop now has an enviable range of dry flower bunches.
By the way I never recommend picking wildflowers to dry and didn’t pick any of the ones I saw in Spain!