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I mentioned about spray painting growing flowers in my garden in an earlier post. A lot of folks were interested in how I did that.
The problem with perennials is that they don't bloom for a very long time. They turned all brown and brittle.
This is a can of Design Master florist spray. Remember those prom flowers that were sprayed a color to match your gown? This spray is translucent enough for fresh flowers or layer it on flower pots or urns for a more opaque look. You can get the floral spray at florists or craft stores. Here is a link to Design Master web site. I've had a can of white for a number of years.
I held a piece of cardboard behind the bloom to prevent overspray.
Here is the after. Granted, it's not as lush and full as the live blossoms, but it's not brown. It will withstands rain and will stay on until I cut it down in the fall.