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Forever Flowers Product

Posted by Josh z8 GA (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 3, 05 at 12:39

Has anyone tried this product? Sounds too easy and "too good to be true" but probably silica gel when first introduced met with some scepticism so I'm wondering...?

If I weren't using every spare penny to make out my spring plant/seed orders I'd be tempted. But first I'd sure lke some feedback from anyone who's even heard of it or used it. josh

Here is a link that might be useful: Forever Flowers

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RE: Forever Flowers Product

The "antique patina" phrase worries me. I go to great lengths to capture a fresh look when I dry flowers--I guess any old things could claim to have an "antique patina", including the 8 year old wreaths I hang in the branches of the trees for birds to nest in.


RE: Forever Flowers Product

  • Posted by Josh z8 GA (My Page) on
    Sat, Feb 26, 05 at 6:24

Kate, I think it must be some sort of wax as it needs heating, and like you, I much prefer the natural color and texture of a dried flower. Still curious, though, and hope someone else will try it out for us~~smile~~josh

RE: Forever Flowers Product!sf!565&afsrc=1

It is a lil cheaper here, I am still looking for the manufacturer's site. Let me know what you find out!

RE: Forever Flowers Product reviewed

Me again. On the site above I scrolled down to find reviews of the product. They were, how shall I say, NOT complimentary! I not going to look further for it.

RE: Forever Flowers Product

  • Posted by Josh z8 GA (My Page) on
    Sat, Mar 19, 05 at 21:16

Joslookin, Thanks for the further info and especially calling attention to the bad reviews (I probably would have missed that). Sure glad I always GW members saved me time and money. Thanks again. josh

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